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"To Hold, as Twere, the
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WALTHAM HIGH SCHOOL
Realizing the happiness of these school days, the importance
of perpetuating their memory not only for our own class but for
classes of a future date, we, the Mirror staff, publish this book.
It is our hope that the Mirror will amuse and entertain you, and
above all that in the days to come it will recall happy memories,
experiences, and once familiar faces.
"Henceforward, listen as we will,
The voices of that hearth are still;
Look where we may, the wide earth o'er
Those lighted faces smile no more."
-JOHN GREENLEAF WHITTIER
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The editors and staff of the "Mirror" wish to thank Mr. Neylon, Miss Daily, and Mrs. Ewalt, without
whose assistance this yearbook could not have been published.
MISS HARRIET FLAGG
We, the class of 1958, dedicate this annual to Miss Flagg with
deep appreciation for all that she has done in preparing many
of the Seniors for future work in the business world. As the
years pass we surely will appreciate even more her efforts to
make us able and knowing citizens.
On June 18, 1 957, we lost one of the most loyal and valuable mem-
bers of the class of '58. A helpful member of many dance decorating
committees, Al was director of the lighting committee for the Christmas,
Dramatic Club, and Talent shows during his Freshman, Sophomore, and
Junior years. In his sophomore year he was vice president of the Audio-
Al was a quiet boy and a good student, especially in accounting, his
favorite subject. Although he was not a member of a school team, Al
liked sports, particularly hunting. He numbered Bob Ramsey, Jack Hol-
land, and Art Schaufus among his closest friends, but we all miss his
quiet willingness and cheerfulness.
"May he rest in peace . . ."
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!• RANCIS E. SHEEHY
D WILL TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1958
It has been my privilege and my honor to be your headmaster at
Waltham High School these past three years^P^B^b^yebeen good y ejm
for the Class of 1958, and you have been a fine class in keeping
the splendid heritage and worthy traditions of your predecessorsT^Bim
proud of you as a group and will always remember the Class of 195 S
as one of our best. Endeavor to maintain your permanent unity as a w^s
in the years to come. The associations that you have formed here ai
Waltham High School will prove to be lasting and beneficial to you.
I make these statements to you sincerely wishing you all good luck and
future success as you go out into the world pursuing your separate path
ways fo become worthy citizens of our great nation.
FOREIGN STUDENTS AT WALTHAM HIGH . . .
Coming from the far city of Parme, Italy, to the
States and in particular to Waltham has certainly been
a stimulating experience. It is extremely interesting
and exciting to discover how different and at the same
time how similar life in the U.S. is to that in Italy. Of
course, one does not usually notice the pecularities of
a way of life he knows little about, and so I saw with
surprise the informal relations between the teachers
and students, the heavy traffic on the roads, the great
liberties teen-agers enjoy within their families, and
the work they usually do after school. I often heard
it said that Americans were friendly, but only upon
coming to the States did I find how kind and sociable
you really are. You have made this year at Waltham
High one of the most wonderful and pleasant of my
life, and I am quite sure that I will remember the
States, Waltham, and all of you with nostalgia.
Coming from a foreign country you are often asked,
"How do you like America?" In the first few weeks
that question is very difficult to answer because one
has so many strange and different impressions. It
takes some time to learn to understand Americans,-
but when one does understand them, he cannot help
but like them.
At first I did not understand your school system. I
thought the one in Switzerland was better, but the
longer I was in your school, the more I realized that
a difference in organization does not necessarily mean
difference in quality. I like fhe school very much and
have spent a wonderful year here.
Thank you, everyone, for your hospitality and help.
- JULY 1 957 - JULY 1 958 -
WALTHAM STUDENTS IN EUROPE
One of our 1957 American Field Service Exchange
Students, Bill AAeserve, spent the summer in Athens,
Greece. After sailing from Montreal on June 22, Bill
arrived in Rotterdam, Holland. A two-day train ride
took him through Holland, Switzerland, Germany, and
Italy with stops at Milan and Venice. He sailed from
Venice on July 4th and arrived in Piroeur, Greece, three
Bill was warmly welcomed by his family, Mr. and
Mrs. Christos Nicolopoulos, their son, John, their daugh-
ter Hihi, and their maid Touls. After a very enjoyable
summer during which he learned many of the Greek
customs and much of the Greek culture, Bill returned
to the United States by way of Paris, France, and
Having been thoroughly indoctrinated with the
Greek customs and habits and greatly impressed with
the Greek people, Bill declared, "I will*always be an
American first, but a Greek second."
Visiting France from W.H.S. was Arnold Rosenfeld,
our second A.F.S. Summer Exchange Student. Arnie
accompanied. Bill to Rotterdam, where he boarded a
train for Paris. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Marin and their five
children, Bernoit, Olivier, Elizabeth, Manuel, and Anne
welcomed Arnie and escorted him to their farm which
was to be his home for the summer. During Arnie's
enlightening and enjoyable summer he toured through
Le Mans, Blois, and Laval, ending his journey in Paris
where he and the other American exchange students
stayed at Cite Universitaire and visited the renowned
Parisian sites. Arriving at Rotterdam on August 31, he
set out for home with his companions on the T/S Arosa
Kulm. Arnie feels that one has to live with the French
people in order to understand and appreciate their
-SUMMER OF 1957 —
BACK ROW: William Worrell, Richard Carter, George Mairs, Joan Patten, Jean Paquette, Elaine Walencis,
and William Stern. FRONT: Anita D'Angio, Jean Ewalt, Roberta 'Rose, Andrea Jackson, Rosalie Pittari,
Wayne Chittenden, and William Meserve. NOT PICTURED: Leroy Prophet, Sonja Jacobson, Edmund Wicker,
and John Christiansen.
One of the highest honors a student can attain at Waltham High is the election
to the National Honor Society. This organization maintains and encourages high
standards of Scholarship, Character, Leadership, and Service.
FRANCIS SHEEHEY, Headmaster
EDWARD MAY, Sub-Master
AIMON MORANG, Master
MISS MURRAY and MRS. SLAMIN, Secretaries
Mr. Vanarsdale Mr. Woodman
A DAY AT THE UNITED NATIONS
On October 18, 1957, a group of students from Waltham High School under the
capable direction of Miss McCullough and Mr. Neylon, visited the U.N. where
they took a guided tour of the U.N. building.
SITTING: William Parenteau, Jean Ewalt, Anita D'Angio, Maureen Stankard, Lea Brown, Mary Donnelly,
Peter Mabie. STANDING: Mr. Neylon, Frank Tamoshumas, Curtis Lambert, Rolf Weber, Nancy Carter,
Judy Richardson, Pauline Cappadonna, and Miss McCullough.
America's made of a mixture of races,
People who come from faraway places.
We work together and play some too.
And I have often wondered who
Is at fault in this world of tensions
For creating so many crucial dissensions.
My butcher is Russian; my tailor Arabian;
My neighbor is French; my teacher Canadian;
My baker is Swedish; my grocer Spanish;
My lawyer is Irish; my doctor Danish.
We all get along as fine as can be,
So why can't the world do as weJI as we?
By JEAN EWALT
SENIOR CLASS POEM - 7 958
A CLOAK FOR AMERICA
I weave a cloak for thee, my America,
I spin it of moonbeams and gossamer and twinkling stars,
I spin it of dreams and hopes and refuge,
And my loom turns and turns, spinning, spinning.
My cloak takes form; its fibers come from the blazing South,
Where darkies chant in the dusty fields;
Its colors from the golden West,
Where plains of shimmering wheat stretch endlessly;
Its coolness springs from the North,
Where tall pines gently sway, whispering softly in the night,
And its heritage shall come from the East,
Where first you were born, thou model of freedom.
I weave a cloak for thee, my America,
And in its depths are many things;
A war in which your youth gave their lives to preserve thee, great nation,
And in my cloak their blood shall be spun,-
Young lovers free to plan and dream in a land of opportunity,
And in my cfoak their hopes shall be spun.
My cloak shall sing lusty praises of you, oh mighty country,
Praises of your four freedoms, true Democracy,-
A church steeple, a newspaper, a home free from want,
a' fearless people;
All these shall be woven into my garment.
And so my cloak is finished.
I shall clothe you in all your glorious splendor.
Arise then, my country; stand proud,
For you have achieved renown, not through hate, but love;
My cloak is a mantle of love.
. . . SENIORS
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
President— Joseph Craig
Vice President— Elizabeth Poretta
Secretary— Margaret Carruthers
CLASS MOTTO: Semper Superare
EARL ADAMS General
"Let me live and let me laugh."
Plans to take a trip across country after graduation. Then to the
U. S. to see the world through a port hole.
Activities: Golf Team 1, 3, 4; Art Club 1, 2.
FRANCES AFFLECK Business
"Wisely and slow; they stumble that run fast."
Quiet Fran hopes to attend secretarial school in the future,
democracy and law class rated tops with her. She is usually
seen with Mary and Priscilla. Best of luck, Fran!
GEORGE E. ALLAN
"A moral, sensible, well-bred fellow."
Handsome Eddie liked football games and lunches best at WHS
—off to the Navy and then college. He pals with Dave, Hank,
Activities: Football 1, 3, 4; Rifle Club 3; German 4.
"A girl to know and a girl worthwhile."
Sensible Gail was one of our football cheerleaders this year.
Eleanor, Susanne, and Ginger are among her many friends.
Future plans include college.
Activities: Red Cross Representatives 4; Glee Club 4; Cheer-
leader 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4; Candy Girl; Christmas Show.
CYNTHIA ANDERSON Business
"A maid vivacious, still serene."
Cindy, as known by her friends, Judy, Dottie and Joy . . -
enjoys shorthand, football games. She hopes to be a medical
Activities: Voting Campaign.
GEORGE ANDERSON Technical
"In every deed of mischief he had a heart to resolve and a
hand to execute."
Mischievous Jug hopes to attend Northeastern in the future.
His socorts in crime include Leon, Paul, tennis, and Eddie. Mr.
Pettinati's math classes rated tops with Jug and he leaves his
nickname to anyone who wants it.
Activities: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Junior and Senior Prom;
Dramatic Club 4; Audio-Visual Staff 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 4.
"Civilized man cannot live without cooks."
Tommy, as he is known to all his friends, spends
most of his spare time assisting his parents at their
bakery. Future plans will probably be either cooking
or the navy.
Activities: Chef's Club.
JAMES ANDRADA Technical
"The diplomat sits in silence, watching the world
with his ears."
Studious Jim enjoys math and science in Waltham
High. He spends his spare time reading .Science
Fiction novels. His friends include John and Joe.
Activities: Science Seminar, Science Fair.
"Attend to business above all."
The math and science classes were Leigh's favorites.
Hopes to attend Northeastern in the fall. He wills
Miss Hirst a new Chem Lab. Friends include Jon,
Paul, and Jug.
Activities: Band 2, 3.
PAUL CHARLES ANDERER Trade
"Man of thought, man of action."
Athletic Paul enjoyed the heat and the equipment of
the new Vocational Building . . . leaves his tools
to the future freshmen . . . Exhorted by all of
his friends, he plans to open his own printing shop.
Activities: Baseball, Basketball.
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DAVID P. ARCHIBALD Technical
"Music and women should not be dated."
Good natured Archie enjoyed football best of all
Hopes to attend college in the future. Constant
companions include Contact, Mog, and Eddie.
Activities: Band, Rifle Club, Football.
PAOLO ARDENTI MORINI
"Such popularity is well deserved."
Popular Paul is our exchange student from Italy.
He finds the entire school wonderful and quite
different from Italy. Leaves Mr. B. a Front door
key. Hopes to take engineering in some Italian
Activities: Senior Play, Dramatic Club, Science Fair,
". . . and I have seen the ambitious ocean swell and rage and
The new school and the equipment in it rated tops with Joe
whose ambition is to join the navy and then to become an
auto mechanic . . . leaves his locker to the new students
. . . buddies include Mike, Bob and Moe.
"Attempt the end and never stand to doubt it."
The lunch periods and studies were favorites with Paul, who
wants to take life easy after graduation ... He leaves an old
egg salad sandwich in locker 368 . . . Companions are Leigh,
Rider, and Spence . . . Good luck, Paul!
PARKER A. BAILEY Technical
"What's the use of worrying when it never was worth while?"
Beetle liked the lunch periods best at WHS . . . seen with Tom,
Ken, Jim and Ernie ... He hopes to enter Northeastern in
"Laugh and the class laughs with you."
Happy-go-lucky Hooker hopes to go to Brandeis after gradua-
tion ... He liked playing basketball with his friends Tom and
Activities: Homeroom Representative 4; Red Cross Representa-
tive 4; Senior Play Representative 4; Cafeteria Staff 3, 4;
Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4.
HELEN V. BANIS Business
"Neat as the proverbial pin."
This lass known to Marsha, Carole, Ginny and Judy as Sister
hopes to attend school at night and work as a secretary by
day . . . Leaves Miss Slattery two volumes of Webster's dic-
Activities: Dramatic Club 2; Homeroom Representative 2.
ANN MARIE BARCA
"A girl worth having for a friend is one who will stand by
you till the end."
This Miss hopes to teach nursery school . . . She enjoyed visit-
ing the new cafe with friends Donna, Lee, Bev.
DIANE M. BARI
"Take life as it comes."
Mr. Dwyer's English classes and the terrific football rallies will
always be on the top of Di's list . . . Leaves to Miss Slat-
tery an unabridged dictionary . . . would like to travel to
Florida after graduation or become a private secretary.
Activities: Art Club; Dance Committee; Class Day Usher; Glee
PATRICIA BARNICLE Business
"Success can be reached by trying."
Pat keeps herself busy typing . . hopes to become a secretary
. . . among her friends are Diane and Mary . . . leaves her
leaky pen to Martha.
Activities: Glee Club; Open House Usher; Vote Campaign.
ERNEST BEER College
"/ shall study to prepare."
Ernest leaves his books to next year's seniors . . . desires to
attend a Liberal Arts College . . . friends include Sam, Parker,
Activities: Audio-Visual Club 4.
"I'm sure care is an enemy to life."
WHS lunches rate high on her list . . . leaves some fabulous
accounting problems to Mr. Husson . . . intends to study at
IBM . . . friends are Nancy, Shirl, and Judy.
Activities: Glee Club 4.
"Success lies ahead; seek and claim it."
At WHS Claudette liked the football games, her typing and
shorthand classes . . . her friends include Cindy, JOdy, and
Franny . . . wedding bells are in the air after graduation.
Activities: Vote Campaign 3.
DIANE C. BENNETT
"The quiet mind is richer than a crown."
Quiet Diane plans to join the Waves ... the Newton-Waltham
game rated tops with her . . . usually seen with Mary, Pat,
and Mary . . . leaves Miss Slattery a life-time subscription to
Activities: Usher— Open House; Vote Campaign; Glee Club.
SANDRA BENNETT Business
"A smiling heart means more than riches."
Mr. Husson's accounting and Miss Daily's English classes were
Sendee's delight at WHS . . . leaves Senior Accounting Books
to the Juniors . . . future plans include retailing or office work.
Activities: Glee Club; Red Cross Representative; Homeroom
Representative; Junior Prom Committee; Dance Committee;
Dramatic Club; Newspaper Staff.
JUDITH BERKMAN Business
"A pleasant way and a winning smile."
Jovial Judi hopes to attend Lasell and then work in an office
. • . kids at WHS rated tops with Judi and . . . leaves under-
classmen as good a time as she had . . . companions are
Nancy, Beth and Franny.
Activities: Mirror Representative 3; Red Cross Representative 4;
Mirror— Business and Literary Staff 4; Newspaper Staff 2; Glee
Club 4; Vote Campaign 3.
DAVID S. BERGLUND
"The man who blushes is not quite a brute."
Good looking Dave liked Miss Devane's homeroom periods and
leaves his old job to an incoming Junior. Future plans include
college and then the Navy. Dave can usually be seen with
Eddie, Norm, and Jerry.
CYNTHIA BIBBEY Business
"Work for the love of people if not for the praise of people."
Attractive Cindy intends to continue her present job. Among
her friends are Mary Jeanette, and Loretts. May success fol-
Activities: Switchboard 4.
NANCY M. BOUDROT
"Like a star gleaming out from a clear, blue sky."
Pretty Nancy could be seen at the football games with Judy,
Brenda, Nancy, and ES. To Mr. Morang she leaves an all-boy
chem class. Hopes to attend college and chooses teaching as
Activities: Newspaper Staff 3, 4; Legislator 3; Mirror Business
Staff 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4;
Mirror Literary Staff 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4; Christmas Show
3, 4; Senior Play Committee 4; Talent Show 2, 4.
"Good nature and good sense must never join."
The football games and rallies rated tops with Peggy. Future
plans include nursing school. Constant companions are Janet,
to whom she leaves her French book, Diane and Stephanie.
Activities: Glee Club; Switchboard Operator; Cafeteria Staff;
"To take things as they be, that's my philosophy."
Norm wants to leave Mr. Yetten two goldfish for the ones
he ate . . . his future holds the Navy and then college . . .
cohorts in crime include Dick, Don, Jon and Cult.
Activities: Football 1, 2; Baseball 2.
"She's as kind as she is fair."
Law class rated high on Lee's list of likes at WHS . . . can
usually be found with Ginny, Carol, Dotty and Lorey . . . Hopes
to be a hair stylist after graduating from Mansfield Academy.
ROBERT E. BROWN
"Make not thyself the slave of any woman."
Little "Charlie" likes democracy with Mrs. Spicer best at WHS
. . . and leaves a taxi to the Driver Ed Department ... his
friends include Fred, Rocky, and Joe. Charlie pla^is to attend
the Boston Radio and TV School.
Activities: Glee Club 4; Christmas Show 4.
RITA A. BUONOMO Home Economics
"Life without laughing is a dreary blank."
Re can usually be found with her friends, Ginny, Bev, and
Marsha . . . her future plans are to attend business school
. . . Mr. Perkin's classe's in Driver Ed and Mr. Dwyer's poetry
rate high on her likes at WHS.
Activities: Glee Club 2, 4; Attendance Office Staff 4; Switch-
board Operator 4; Newspaper Staff 2; Student Council Legis-
THOMAS J. BUONOMO
"Happy am I, from care I'm free."
Better known as Tom by his friends, Parker, Ken, and Paul, he
plans to enter the U. S. Air Force . .
KENNETH A. BURGESS General
"What a thing friendship, world without end."
Burggy is going to serve Uncle Sam after graduation . . . likes
the WHS weekends best ... Ed and Tom are his constant
EDWARD R. BURNS
"It is in men as in soils, where sometimes there is a vein of
gold which the owner knows not of."
Ed, who pals with Phil, Bill, Ken and Hank, willingly leaves
his session list, but not the WHS girls . . . intends to try his
hand at farming . . . Good luck, Ed.
WALTER J. BYRON
"The mildest manner with the bravest mind."
Intelligent Walt can be seen with Roy, Jack, and Wayne. He
leaves to Mr. Pettinati a life time supply of extra hands for
explaining solid geometry. After WHS it's engineering school
Activities: Rifle Club; German Club 2, 3, 4; Graduation Usher
3; Christmas Assembly 2; Homeroom Rep.
RONALD CAMPBELL College
"Begone dull care! I prithee begone from me."
Fun-loving Ron waits eagerly for the 2:30 bell. Cohorts in
crime are Jon, John, and Norman. Ron's aim is Northeastern.
Best of luck!
CLORINDA C. CAPONE Home Economics
"What a thing friendship."
Likeable Linda can usually be seen wandering about the
corridors with Lorraine, Stephanie, Marryelynn and Annette
... a business school is on the agenda after graduation.
Activities: Switchboard Operator; Glee Club 4; Dramatic Club 4.
PAULINE N. CAPPADONA Business
"In the twinkling of an eye."
This lass commonly known as Capa hopes to attend business
school . . . leaves to the cafe extra chairs
Nancie, Margie, Judy, and Shirley.
Activities: Glee Club; Mirror Representative.
ROMEO JOHN CARDILLO Business
"Which I have earned with the sweat of my brow."
Romeo, known to his friends Pete, Stan, and Ken as John,
hopes to join the Air Force in the future. Good luck, John!
LOUIS S. CARMISCIANO
"I came, I saw, I conquered."
Popular, smiling Lou can be seen with Tucher, Paul, and Jake-
plans to attend college after graduation; wills a race track to
Mr. O'Brien; liked football games and. 2:30 bell best at WHS.
Activities: Football 3, 4.
MARGARET M. CARRUTHERS Business
"Preserve your sense of humor."
Look out below, here comes Midge in her airplane. She hopes
to get an office job to help pay for her 1960 plane; likes law
class best and dislikes waiting for people. Cohorts in crime
are Steph, Brenda, and Eileen.
Activities: Senior Class Secretary; Glee Club; Maroon Squad;
Homeroom Representative; Mirror Representative.
VIRGINIA M. CARRUTHERS Business
"My hopes, my love, my life, my joy."
Ginny, who loves our football rallies, can be seen with Midge,
Bev, and Helen. She intends to make her first million in a
good office job.
Activities: Mirror Business Staff 4; Homeroom Representative 1;
Attendance Office Staff 3; Class Day Usher 3; Maroon Squad 3.
NANCY H. CARTER Business
"A merry heart doth more good than all the world's medicine."
Blondy, who likes the music in the cafe, has hopes of attending
college and then marrying Bernie; she can be found with
Margie, Sandy, and Shirk
Activities: Drum Majorette 2, 3, 4; Senior Play Committee 4
Homeroom Representative 3, 4; Red Cross Representative 3, 4
Glee Club 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; News Reporter 2
Talent Show 2; Christmas Show 2; Bowling Team 2; Art Club 2.
RICHARD CARTER Technical
"There is great ability in knowing how to conceal one's ability."
To become a chemical engineer is the desire of Dick, who may
be found in the company of Roy, Leon, Walter, and Archie.
Dick enjoys the cafe and wills Mrs. Gabriel 6H pencils.
Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; German Club 3, 4; National Honor
Society 3, 4.
MARIE L. CASEY
"It is better to be small and shine than to be great and cast
Working in the cafe and studies in Room 26 rate tops with
Marie; friends are Martha, Janet, Cathy, and Carol. Chandler
School of Business is her destination.
Activities: FHA Club 2; Glee Club 4; Red Cross 2; Maroon
PAUL LOUIS CHASE
"Thoughts are mightier than strength of the hand."
"Mickie." who liked the cafe and the 2:30 bell at WHS . . .
plans to take up Liberal Arts at Northeastern ... is constantly
seen with Paul, Kevin, and Jim. Best of luck!
ANTHONY D. CHIARELLI Business
"He is one out of many and the world loves individuality."
"Shoulders" particularly enjoyed his accounting class with Mr.
Husson . . . His partners in crime include Tucker, Peter, Kenney,
and Bob . . . after graduation, it's accounting school for Tony.
Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Junior Prom Com-
mittee 3; Dance Committee 3, 4; Electrical Committee 3, 4;
Christmas Show 4.
WAYNE K. CHITTENDEN Technical
"Ambit/on has no rest."
Restless Chitto, who manages to get into everything, will with-
out a doubt manage to get into a technical school . . . faithful
body guards are Mike, George, and Steve.
Activities: Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 3; German Club 2, 3; Senior
Play 4; Christmas Show 3, 4; Talent Show 3, 4; Homeroom
Representative 3; National Honor Society 3, 4.
JOHN E. CHRISTIANSEN Technical
"Few things are impossible to intelligence and skill."
Chris liked H.G.P.'s classes best and leaves to Miss Hirst a
mechanical robot for her chemistry laboratory. His future plans
include the University of Maine . . . Friends are Curt, Chitt,
Activities: German Club 2, 3, 4; Rifle Club 2, 3, 4; Rifle Team
2, 3, 4; Science Seminar 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 3, 4; National
Honor Society 3, 4; Chemistry Lab Assistant 4; Audio-Visual
Staff 4; Dance Committee 2, 3.
MARY ALICE CLARE Business
"Music charms her."
The kids at WHS rated tops with Mary who hopes to attend
art school and take fashion designing . . . constant companions
are Laura, Pat, Beverlee, and Dee.
Activities: Mirror Representative 2; Class Day Usher 3; Open
House Usher 2, 4; Christmas and Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Glee
Club 4; Art Club 2, 3, 4; Art and Literary Staff 2, 3, 4.
HERBERT S. CLARK
"To be silent is to be wise."
Herb liked the Science Fair best at WHS . . . leaves his sin-
cerest gratitude to his many teachers . . . Plans to work in
field of science . . . can be seen with Herb, George, Mike,
Ken, and Alan.
Activities: Science Seminar; Audio-Visual Club.
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MARJORIE ANN CLARKE Business
"She that was ever fair but never proud."
Second lunch and studies were liked best by Margie . . . leaves
Miss Mooney a 3x6 box for her pennies . . . chums include
Jo, Tina, and Phyl . . . future plans are to be a stenographer.
Activities: Bowling 2; Voting Campaign 3; Graduation and
Football Usher 3, 4.
"Petite and short, mischievous and always smiling."
Busy "Bren" can usually be seen buzzin' around the corridors
with Nancy, Sue, Judy, and Peggy . . . likes lunch periods and
those great football games ... is aiming for a white nurse's
Activities: Dramatic Club 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Mirror, Literary
and Business Staff 3, 4; Homeroom Legislator 2, 4; Knitting
Club 2; Glee Club 4; Senior Play 4; Christmas Show 4.
DUNCAN W. COLEMAN
"Most people judge men only by success or by fortune."
Future plans include the Navy for Dune, who wills Miss Eaton a
new French I book . . . liked the dances, firendly kids, and
the victory parties . . . cohorts include Jim, Tom, John, and
Activities: Maroon Squad; Dance Committee; Red Cross Repre-
PATRICIA ANN COLE
"She has common sense which is not so common."
Quiet Patty, a transfer from Watertown in her Junior year,
likes rallies best at WHS . . . hopes to attend college and
become a kindergarten teacher . . . among her friends are
Betty, Jean, Lorraine, and Nancy.
Activities: Glee Club 2, 4; Pep Club 2; Basketball 2; Spring
SHEILA MARIE COLLAGAN Home Economics
"The days that make us happy make us wise."
The art periods with Miss Chase and the football games rated
tops with Sheila whose ambition is to marry a millionaire . . .
leaves Mr. Taylor a solid gold typewriter . . . friends include
Barbara, Bev, Dotty, and Lee.
Activities: Glee Club 4; FHA 3; Mirror Business Staff 4; Senior
Play 4; Cafeteria Squad 4; Assistant Switchboard Operator 4.
BARBARA LOUISE COLLET Home Economics
"We know what we are but not what we may be."
"Barbie," as she is known to her friends, Joan, Gail, Dotty, and
Lorraine, leaves Mr. Taylor a dictionary. Best of luck. Barbie!
BRENDA L. COLVIN Business
"Blue are her eyes as a fairy flax.
Pretty Brenda liked the football rallies best at WHS .
plans include Junior College . . . among her fi
Midge, Bev, and Claire.
Activities; Art Club 2; Literary Staff of Mirror 2, 3; 210 Staff
3; Cafeteria Squad 3; Homeroom Legislator 4.
VIRGINIA L. CONNELLY
". . . with her hair falling in her face."
This dark-haired Miss leaves Miss Chase her unfinished paint-
ings . liked lunches and the 2:30 bell . . . constant com-
panions include Maureen, Lois, Rita, and Bev. Ginny's ambition
is to own a '58 Edsel.
Activities: Glee Club 4.
"You are a devil at everything."
Bill, as he is known to his friends, Guina, Fred, and Ray, leaves
Miss Hirst a new test tube washer . . . lunch was Bill s favorite
at WHS. Best of luck, Bill!
"A fair exterior is a silent recommendation."
Marie liked the football games and the kids at WHS
usually be seen with Peg, Dottie or Bev .
fashion promotion or retailing.
Activities: Glee Club 4; Mirror Business 4; Open House Usher
4; Senior Play 4; Dramatic Club 4.
PAUL J. CONNOLLY College
"To love the game beyond the prize."
Our All-American center, "Hulk," liked the projection room in
Coach Zeno's office . . . chums include Louie, Tuck, Jim and
Bob . . . hopes to go to college and major in football. Natch!
Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4.
CLAIRE E. CONRAD Business
"Be punctual and precise."
A future airline hostess, Claire liked all the kids and especially
the football games . . . wills to the Junior Steno girls a success-
ful year of shorthand . . . chums include Nan, Fran, and Beth.
Activities: Art Club 3; Voting Campaign 3; Mirror Business
Staff 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Mirror Representative; News-
paper Staff 4; Senior Play Committee; Dance Committee;
"Magnificent spectacle of human happiness."
John, better known as "Phantom" can be seen with John, Joe,
and Jim. He leaves to Mr. Eames all the good times he had in
208 . . . plans to attend Northeastern . . . liked Mrs. Carney's
Democracy Class. Good luck, John.
Activities: Maroon Squad.
FRANCES ANN COTTON
"To have a friend, you must first be one."
Friendly Franny liked her driver-road classes with Mr. Perkins
. . . constant companions are Claire, Beth, Jean, and Nan . . .
hopes to attend University of Connecticut.
Activities: Art Club 1; Business Mirror Staff 3; Newspaper 3, 4;
Glee Club 4; Girls' Sports 2; Senior Play Committee 4.
"The force of his own merit makes his way."
Chris, as he is known to his many friends, liked the lunches
best at WHS ... his ambition is to join the Marine Corps.
Lots of luck, Chris.
JOSEPH JOHN CRAIG
"He will drink deep of the cup of fame, or he will fail; his
success will never be mediocre."
Good-looking Joe, a transfer from St. Mary's, became our
Senior Class President . . . hopes to become a surgeon after
attending Harvard . .>. among his many friends are Frank,
Larry, and Arnie.
Activities: Football 2, 3; Senior Class President 4; Dance Com-
mittees; Newspaper Staff; Mirror Representative; Basketball 1, 2.
"If the shoe fits, put it on."
John's ambition is to study engineering at Tufts . . . liked
middle periods in old room 208 with his friends John and Joe.
Leaves Mr. Eames a freshly killed frog.
Activities: German Club.
CLAIRE ANN CROWELL
"Fair of form and face."
Energetic Claire liked Miss Johnson's law class best at WHS
. . . friends include Mary Lou, Ev, Judy, and Barbara . . . leaves
Mrs. Dunbrack more blackboards to write assignments on . . .
hopes to be a secretary.
Activities: Class Day Usher 3.
EDMOND A. CURLEY College
"An affable and courteous gentleman."
Nice-looking Eddie liked all the friendly kids at WHS . . .
cohorts include Jerry, Ronnie, Larry, and Arnie . . . hopes to
make Boston U. his alma mater.
Activities: Dramatic Club 4; Senior Play Cast 4; Audio-Visual
Staff 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Art Staff of Mirror 4; Glee Club 4.
BEVERLY MARY CUTLER General
"Nothing is too hard to try."
Friendly Bev liked going to lunch and football games with
Brenda, Midge, Barby and Sheila . . . leaves Mr. Taylor a
brief case . . . one ambition is to get rich and go to Florida.
Activities: Mirror Literary Staff 3; Cafeteria 2; Talent Show 2, 4;
Art Club 2; Switchboard Operator 4; Usher 3.
CAROL JO-ANN DADDONA
"Happiness was born a twin."
One of our twins, Carol liked French with Miss Eaton and her
art periods . . . leaves Mrs. Shirley all the absentee notes . . .
among her friends are Cathi, Sandy, Martha, Marie, and Janet
. . . ambition is to attend nursing school and then she will be
hearing those wedding bells.
Activities: FHA Club; Homeroom Representative; Red Cross
Representative; Glee Club; Dramatic Club.
CATHERINE JOY DADDONA Business
"Twin of devotion . . ."
The other twin, Cathi, also hopes to attend nursing school . . .
leaves Janet one of her rings . . . typing with Miss Leary and
French with Miss Eaton were favorites with Cathi whose friends
include Carol, Sandy, Marie, Martha, and Janet ... is anxiously
awaiting August, 1958.
Activities: Homeroom Representative; Red Cross Representative;
FHA Club; Glee Club 4; Dramatic Club.
EMILE ERNEST DAIGLE General
"To climb steep hills requires slow pace at first."
Well-liked Rocky was one of our hard-working hockey players.
He is known for his handsome wardrobe and everlasting sense
of humor. Friends include Fred and Vinny . . . future plans
include the service, college and life in the country.
Activities: Hockey 2, 3, 4.
PETER FRANK DAMBOSKEY
"Whatever will be, will be."
Ivan, as his friends, Frank, Buster, Tom, and Tony, call Pete,
leaves the cafe a bottle of alka-seltzer . . . liked the female
members of the class . . . future plans are still indefinite.
Lots of luck, Pete!
Activities: Talent Show; Dance Committee.
ANITA E. D'ANGIO Technical
"I'm young yet you know, Perhaps someday I'll grow."
A member of the "Gold Dust Twins," Neets as she is known
to her friends, Linda, Jean, and Ande, liked her Math classes
with H. G. P. best at WHS . . . leaves a girl to the Junior
Tech boys . . . college is Nita's ambition.
Activities: National Honor Society 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Dramatic
Club 2, 3, 4; Play 2, 3, 4; German Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President
4; Mirror Business Staff 2; Mirror Literary Staff 3, 4; News-
paper Staff 2; Class Day Usher 3; Glee Club 4; Student Council
2; Open House Usher 3, 4; Director of Talent Show 4.
CAROLYN LOUISA DAVIDSON Business
"Silence is golden."
Carol, who can be found with Betty, Bobbie, Claudette, and
Claire, hopes to become a secretary . . . she comments on our
nice new auditorium, rallies, proms and dances and sympathizes
with Miss Mooney over her fifth period class.
KENNETH WESTON DAVIS General
"A good heart is mostly gold."
Easy-going Ken can be seen bombing around with his pals,
Jack, Bob, and Bill . . . plans for the future include attending
a college of business administration . . . leaves to Mr. May a
larger session room.
Activities: Cafeteria Squad 2, 3; Camera Club 2.
VINCENT R. DEAMICIS
"This learning, what a thing it is."
Vinnie liked the closing bell best at WHS . . . among his many
friends are Fred, Jim, and Norm . . . has no definite future
plans. Good luck in the future, Vinnie!
FRANK B. DELFINO Technical
"To sleep, perchance to dream."
Frank, sometimes called Elvis because of his love for rock 'n'
roll music, liked the Cafe best at WHS ... his friends include
Eddie, Jimmy, Louie, and Don . . . future plans are indefinite
but good luck, Frank, in whatever you do.
JOSEPH MICHAEL DENEHY College
"A modest man never talks of himself."
Handsome Joe appreciates the correctness of the school clocks.
He plans to attend college and become a teacher. Friends in-
clude Dave and John.
Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4.
JAMES AUGUSTINE DENNIS College
"Ay, every inch a king."
Big Jim enjoyed the 2:30 bell best at WHS . . . known to his
friends.. Bob, Jim, Tucker, and Larry, as Jake, he leaves a life
time supply of $1.00 cigars to Mr. O'Brien . . . future plans
Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4;
Senior Play 4; Glee Club 4.
DONNA DESTASIO College
"None but herself can be her parallel."
Donna liked the football and hockey games . . . leaves Mr.
Taylor a quiet study hall . . . friends include Mary, Janet, Jean,
and Lorraine . . . hopes to go into nursing.
Activities: Homeroom Legislature 2; Football Usher 3; Christmas
Show 3; Switchboard Operator 4; Glee Club 4.
JEAN MARIE DEVINCENT
"Keeps the golden mein between saying too much and too
Pretty Jean hopes to become a medical secretary after attending
college . . . constant companions are Lorraine, Janet, Donna,
Activities: Dance Committee 3, 4; Bowling Team 3.
LORRAINE LOIS DEVINCENT
"Every artist was first an amateur."
Artistic Lorraine liked the friendly kids in the Art Room . . .
always could be seen with Jean, Janet, Donna, and Audrey . . .
hopes to attend art school and become a fashion illustrator.
Activities: Dance Committee 3, 4; Bowling Team 3; Girls'
DAVID DANIEL DEFOLFE General
"He is a good fellow, and 'twill all be well."
To enter the Air Force is on the agenda for Dave who liked
all sporting events . . . leaves Mr. Zeno a football team that is
as successful as this year's was . . . friends are Vin, Herbie,
Zernie, and Cindy. Good luck, Dave!
"A daughter of the gods and most divinely fair."
Blond Joanie liked everything about WHS . . . Companions
in crime include Polly, Bev, and Carol . . . ambition is to make
University of Massachusetts her alma mater.
Activities: Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Band 2; Football Usher 3;
Usher for Senior Play 4; Dramatic Club Play 2, 3; Art Editor
of Mirror 4; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Christmas Show 3, 4.
JANET ELLEN DILLON College
"Jest and youthful jollity."
Janet liked the periods in the art room with her friends,
Lorraine, Jean, Donna, and Audrey. Her future plans include
college. Lots of luck.
Activities: Junior Red Cross Representative 2; Girls' Sports 3;
Bowling Team 3; Dance Committee 3, 4.
MARY MARGARET DONNELLY Business
"She has a masterly understanding of athletics."
Fifth period law class with Miss Johnson is a favorite with
Peg. She hopes to attend business school . . . leaves Miss
Johnson memories of her class . . . friends include Franny,
Cilia, Dottie, and Lea.
Activities: Glee Club 4; Basketball Team; Girls' Sports.
E. OWEN DONNELLY
"With malice toward none."
Owen liked lunch in the new, big cafe . . . leaves a pencil
sharpener for every room . . . cohorts include Ed, Chit, George,
and Ronnie . . . hopes to attend college after graduation.
Activities: Band 2, 3, 4; German Club 2, 3; Debating Club
2, 3, 4.
JUDITH E. DORIA Business
"Nothing is as precious as time."
Jude liked the sports events and dances . . . some of her
many friends include Dee, Shirley, Jane, and Nancy . . . Bur-,
dett College is next on her agenda.
Activities: Glee Club 4; Business Staff 1, 2, 3; Voting Cam-
paign 3; Newspaper Staff 4; Red Cross Representative.
MARY LOU DOUCETTE
"Noise is better than silence."
Lou liked her classes with Miss Johnson and middle periods
with Mrs. Dunbrack . . . friends include Claire, Judy, Evelyn,
and Barbara . . . hopes to get an office job after graduation.
Good luck in the future, Lou!
LAWRENCE FRED DOWLING
"No one knows what he can do until he tries."
Likeable Larry hopes to make a career out of the Army . . .
can usually be seen with Wes, Ed, Joe, and Jon. Good luck,
Activities: Rifle Club 2; German Club 3.
PAUL JOSEPH DOUCETTE Machine Trade
"All excellent things are as good as they are rare."
"Duce Jr.," as he is known to his friends Ed, Bob, Mike and
Nick, liked the new glass school . . . hopes to attend Lowell
Technical School next September . . . Good Luck in the future,
KEVIN DANIEL DUFFY
"His weapon is wit."
Duff could usually be seen with his pals Nino, Dick, and Norm
. . . liked the Chem Lab and wills to Mr. Yetten a pair of
curtains for his room . . . plans to attend college and major
Activities: Band 1, 2.
FRANK J. DUKAT
"We dare you to discover such a youth, such a lover."
Popular Jerry liked his physics lab period and middle period
best at WHS . . . leaves Mr. Curry an eight-foot ash tray . . .
partners in crime include Arnie, Ed, Ronnie, and Larry . . .
future plans include an engineering school.
Activities: Dramatic Club 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Dance Committee
3, 4; Newspaper Staff 3, 4; Red Cross Representative.
MARJORIE IRENE DUNTON
"Come, let's have some mirth."
Margy likes football and basketball games, and the rallies best
at WHS . . . wills her bookkeeping journals to some lucky
junior . . . plans to become an Airline Stewardess . . . her
many friends include Donna Wedge, Anne Scully, and Beve
Activities: Dance Committee 4; Glee Club 4; Football Usher 4.
PATRICIA ANN DUPELL Stenographic
"There's nothing half so swell in life as love's young dream."
Lady-like Pat liked rooting at the football games with Mary,
Dee, and Bev . . . leaves the forth-coming seniors my best
wish for a successful senior year . . . hopes to go into clerical
Activities: Glee Club, Class Day Usher, Voting Campaign.
JOSEPH ROGER DUPLESSIS General
"Diligence is the mother of fortune."
Dup, as he is called by Mr. O'Brien, liked the great lunch
period in the cafe . . . plans to spend the next four years in
uniform. Best of Luck!
LOIS ELLEN EMERSON
MARGARET M. DURKEE College
"Talk I must, talk I will."
Perky Peg leaves a supply of milk to the future food classes
. . . Dramatic Club, the friendly kids, and athletic events rated
tops with Peg . . . partners in crime include Brenda, Marie,
Judy and Nancy . . . hopes to attend college and major in
Activities: Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Newspaper 2, 3, Editor 4;
Play Cast 2, 4; Mirror Business 3; Mirror Literary 3, 4; Glee
Club 4; Prom Committee 3; Usher 3, 4; Christmas Show 4.
" 'lis good to be merry and wise."
Mr. Curry's Math classes along with the lunch periods rated
tops with Fred who can be seen palling around with Chink,
Vinnie, Rocky, and Earl . . . ambition is to join the Navy.
Activities: Hockey 2, 3, 4; Golf 3, 4.
"A winning way and a pleasant smile, Dressed so neat and
quite in style."
Cheering the hockey team on, rated tops with popular Polly
who plans to attend college and .major in business administra-
tion . . . leaves Jean a wall-paper scraper . . . buddies in
crime include Bev, Joan, and Audrey.
Activities: Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Girls' Sports 2, 3; News-
paper Staff 2, 3; Mirror Business Staff 2, 3; Associate Editor
of Mirror 4; Senior Play Committee 4; Hockey Cheerleader 3,
Co-Captain 4; Christmas Show 3, 4; Dance Committee 3;
Dramatic Club Play 3; Glee -Club 4.
WILLIAM EDMOND EASTLER
"When the snow lay round about, deep and crisp and even."
Bill, a ski enthusiast, wills to Mr. Pettinati a Betterme#er so he
can tell if better days are coming . . . liked his Physics lab
best, could usually be seen with Bill, Jack, and Ron . . . hopes
to attend some college.
Activities: President Ski Club 4; German Club 3, 4; Hockey
Team 2, 3; Rifle Club 3, 4.
JOHN J. DURKIN
"Look beneath the cloak and give respect when knowledge or
ability can be found beneath."
John, who can be seen drawing pictures of airplanes and
boats in his spare time, hopes to attend college and then enter
the service . . . among his friends are Bill, Charlie, Lary, and
Jim. Good luck, Jack!
Activities: German Club.
JEAN ELLEN EWALT Technical
"Always do right, it will satisfy some people and astonish
the rest." .
It's a bird, it's a plane, it's Mizzewalt in her Thunderbird . . .
liked the extracurricular activities in the assembly hall best at
WHS . . . partners in crime include Neets, Linda, and Ande . . .
wills Polly the wallpaper in her "hangout." College is on
Jean's agenda next September.
Activities: NHS 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, VP
4; German Club 2, 3, 4; Mirror Lit. Staff 2, 3, 4, Soph. Ed. 2,
Lit. Ed. 4; Sr. Play Cast; Dramatic Club Play 2, 3; Talent and
Christmas Shows 3, 4; Sports 2, 3; Class Day Usher 3; Open
House Usher 3, 4; Scheduling 3, 4.
JOANNE ELIZABETH FAHEY
"Honest labor bears a lovely face."
Jo-Jo, one of our peppiest cheerleaders, liked all the sports
events . . . leaves Mr. Eames a fully equipped biology lab
. . . hopes to become another Florence Nightingale . . . among
her many friends are Carol, Pat, Audrey, and Nancy.
Activities: Mirror Representative 3, 4; Junior Red Cross 2, 4;
Newspaper Staff 4; Glee Club 4; Hockey Cheerleader 4; Dra-
matic Club 4; Christmas Show 3; Open House Usher 3, 4;
Mirror Art Staff 4; Girls' Sports 2, 3; Student Council Repre-
THOMAS JOSEPH FAHEY Business
"A very present help in trouble."
Helpful Tom liked Waltham High's teachers, and its 2:30 bell
. . . friends to everyone ... his plans include attending
CAROL LORRAINE FAILLA
"She moves a goddess, and she looks a Queen."
Pretty, popular Carol liked the games, dances and wonderful
kids at WHS -^. . among her many friends are Joanne, Nancy,
Pat, and Audrey . . . plans are to attend college and enter
the field of fashion promotion.
Activities: Class Secretary 2, 3; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Play
2; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Christmas Show 3, 4;
Graduation Usher 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Mirror Business
Staff 2, 3, 4; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Senior Play Committee
4; Open House Usher 4; Newspaper Staff 2, 3, 4; Kaleidoscope
Editor 3, 4.
JIMMIE JOSEPH FALZONE College
"Swiftest traveler is he that goes afoot."
Crazy-legs Jim, known to his friends as "Weasel," enjoyed
lunch and football ... he leaves to Mr. O'Brien $0.13 in
change and a 20-foot cigar . . . future plans inckide college.
Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4;
Christmas Show 4; Talent Show 4.
MARGARET MARIE FARRELL Home Economics
"In her tongue is the law of kindness."
Margaret, better known as "Peggy" by her friends, Maureen,
Sandra, Beverly, and Margie, can usually be seen rushing from
class to class. She liked the 2:30 bell and football rallies best
at WHS . . . her future is undecided.
Activities: Telephone Operator 4; Open House Usher 4.
MARY ELIZABETH FARRELL Business
"A wise and understanding heart."
Easy-going Mary is one of the future secretaries in the business
world. Mary likes the new High School and football victories
. . . her friends include Pat, Diane, Mary, and Dee.
Activities: Voting Campaign 3; Girls' Glee Club 4.
PAUL THOMAS FARRELL
"The secret of success is constancy to purpose."
Good-looking Paul is one of those boys who never lets things
bother him . . . friends include Tony, Jack, Bernie, and Tubba.
To Mr. Avery, whose class he enjoyed the most, Paul leaves
an atomic golf ball . . . hopes to don a pharmacist's white
jacket in the future.
PATRICIA DIANNE FERRO
"A true friend is a rare one."
Lively Pat likes cheering at the hockey games . . . constant
companions are Audrey, Carol and Joanne . . . hopes to
become a future Miss Nightingale.
Activities: Cheerleader 4; Senior Play Committee 4; Prom Com-
mittee 3; Glee Club 4; Mirror Business Staff 3, 4; Dramatic
Club 3, 4; Christmas Show 3, 4; Usher 3, 4; Legislature.
VINCENT JOSEPH FLYNN General
"And tali he was of stature."
Vin, as he is known to his friends, Dave, Tom, Herb, and Ben,
likes to visit the Cafe .
hopes to join the Navy. Lots of
ANNE MARIE FOREST Business
"A girl reliable and true, and furthermore a worker too."
Intelligent Anne's future ambitions are to be a court stenog-
rapher . . . may be seen with Claire, Nanette, Beth, Jean, and
Betty . . . leaves her congratulations to the football team for
their victory over Newton.
Activities: Student Council 2; Mirror Rep. 2, 3; Red Cross Rep.
2; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Newspaper 2, 4; Glee Club 2, 4;
Cafe Squad 4; Junior Prom Committee 3.
"He was a good man and a just one."
Henry liked lunch and the 2:30 bell . . . pals with Hank and
Bob . . . future includes the Navy. Good luck in the future,
LORRAINE ESTELLE FRECHETTE Business
"Silence is a great peace-maker."
Quiet Lorraine plans to work in an office after graduation,
making use of her clerk-typist training. Lorry's friends include
Dotty, Lea, Ginny, Carol, Karen, Kathy
Activities: Football Usher 3; Christmas Show 3.
GAIL HEIDE FREEDMAN College
"A light heart lives long."
Ladylike Gail likes the wonderful school spirit at the new
school. To Miss Bliss Gail leaves a supply of pastry brushes
. . . plans to study in the field of dentistry and c'ai sera sera.
Her many friends include Jean, Bobby, and the "gang."
Activities: Football Usher 3; Graduation Usher 3; Newspaper
Staff 4; Glee Club 4; Student Librarian 4; Science Fair 4.
JAMES ROBERT FROST Technical
"A rolling tire gathers no moss."
Personable Jack or Frosty is well-liked for his refreshing sense
of humor . . . future plans include Northeastern University and
being an electrical engineer . . . Dick LeBlanc, Bill Eastler, John
Waugh, Walter Byron are among his friends.
Activities: Rifle Club; Audio-Visual Club; Decorating Com-
CAROL FAYE FURLONG Business
"A good heart's worth gold."
Carol, known to her friends, Pat, Frannie, and Claudette, as
Faye, is planning to become a secretary . . . football games
rate high on Faye's likes at WHS.
Activities: Biology Club 2; Bowling Team 2; Glee Club 4.
"Her grin is a tonic, her smile is the cure."
Mr. Garrahan's English Class rated high on "Frankie's" list of
likes . . . chums include Joan, Mary, Jeannette, and Cindy . . .
hopes to become a medical secretary.
Activities: Christmas Show; Voting Campaign 3; Dramatic Club
4; Glee Club 4; Legislature.
JAMES PETER GANGI
"A grin is no sin."
Smiling Jim, better known as Speed-O, plans to remain a happy
bachelor. Jim likes the English classes with Miss Slattery and
law with Miss Johnson . . . friends are Frank, Eddie, Donald,
Bob, Rebel Pat, and Ken.
Activities: Talent Show I; Christmas Shows 1, 2; Audio-Visual
LOUIS CHARLES GANGI Business
"Happy tones and happy times go hand in hand."
Louis will always remember WHS for its enormous lockers . . .
to f^r. Zeno he leaves an undefeated football team next year
. . . future plans include accounting work . . . friends are
Lauri, Fred, and Peter.
ROSALIND A. GARBER
"Sincerity is a vital power."
Mr. Eames' middle period studies were Lin's favorite . . .
leaves H. G. P. a supply of gum for his driver road pupils.
Future plans include attending secretarial school . . . friends
are Sylvia and Norma.
Activities: Football Usher 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Christmas Show
3; Open House Usher 3, 4; Girls' Sports 2.
NORMA GARDINER College
"Merry as the day is long."
Fun-loving Norm likes the wonderful people she met at
Waltham High. Plans to be a teacher, wills to Mr. Pettinati a
new pair of Bermudas. Friends are Dave, Mary Lou, Betty, and
Activities: Girls' Sports 2; Glee Club 4.
PHYLLIS GIRARD Stenographic
"The ideal of courtesy, grace and charm."
Quiet Phyl liked lunch periods and Mr. Hood's English classes
at WHS. Leaves all her homework assignments for the year to
Miss Mooney. Can be seen with Jo, Tina, and Margie. Hopes
to become a secretary to an important executive.
"The mad scientist."
Individual Herb will probably be one of our future scientists
. . . plans to attend Northeastern University . . . enjoyed the
electronic system at WHS. Herb leaves Mr. Avery 50 gallon's
of Glass Wax and a session room . . . friends are Pauncho,
Mike, Jim, and Bill. '
Activities: Hockey Squad 2, 3, 4; Audio-Visual Staff; Science
Fairs; Sound Effects Man for WHS Plays; Physics Lab Assistant.
EVELYN R. GIROLAMA Business
"Good humor is the health of the soul."
Ev plans to go to Florida and then to college . . . Friends
include Mary Lou, Claire, Barbara, and Judy . . . Liked lunch
periods and football games best at WHS . . . Leaves the
underclassmen a new supply of records for the cafeteria.
Activities: Glee Club; Red Cross Representative; Voting Cam-
MARY PHYLLIS GIUGNO Business
"Goodness is tied to greatness."
Mary's future holds office work . . . Typing fifth period was
her favorite . . . Friends include Jeannette, Cynthia, Shirley,
Joan, and Franny . . . Good luck, Mary!
MARY ANN GIUSTI Business
"Despatch is the soul of business."
Mary liked middle periods with Miss Mooney . . . friends
include Pat, Mary, and Diane . . . hopes to become a private
secretary in the future.
Activities: Open House Usher 3; Graduation Usher 3; Glee
Club 4; Voting Campaign.
JOHN PATRICK GLYNN General
"What you do st/7/ betters what is done."
Jack's ambition is to become an international playboy . . .
liked that last bell . . . wills his underclassmen some slightly
used book covers complete with doodling.
"Virtue is its own reward."
Dee, as she is called by her friends Mary, Beverlee, and Laura,
hopes to become a good stenographer . . . liked the beautiful
view from the new building.
Activities: Glee Club 4; Football Usher 4; Voting Campaign.
BEVERLEE ANNE GORDON Business
"Beware of the silent one."
Bev liked the modernistic interior best at WHS . . . can usually
be seen with Jane, Pat, Dee, and Mary . . . after graduation
Bev hopes to become a bank teller.
Activities: Glee Club 4; Voting Campaign; Football Usher 3, 4;
Graduation Usher 3.
PRISCILLA JEAN GRANESE
"My style and my sentiment are my own, purely original."
Personable Sis enjoys studies and 2:30 bell . . . leaves the
underclassmen the many good times she had at WHS . . .
future holds at least two more years of school . . . friends
are Pat, Dottie, and Evelyn.
Activities: Glee Club; Room 6 Staff; Mirror Representative;
HELEN ROSE GRIMES
"The most useless day of all is that in which we have not
Jovial Helen liked all the kids and the good times . . . leaves
Mr. Perkins a crash proof Driver Ed car
plans to attend
business college . . . pals are Judy, Shirley, and Margie.
Activities: Glee Club.
FRED N. HALFPENNY Business
"For he that runs it well, twice wins his race."
Easy-going Fred likes girls best at WHS . . . has hopes of
joining the Air Force next year . . . wills Mr. May a motor-
cycle. His friends include Frank, Roger, Norm, Don, Louis, and
Activities: Electrician's Committee; Audio-Visual Staff.
SANDRA JANE HALL
"A quiet mind is richer than a crown."
San liked the football games, long vacations and lunch periods
. . . plans to attend business school after graduation ... is
usually followed by Maureen, Judy, Evelyn, and Marsha.
Activities: Glee Club; Red Cross Representative; Voting Cam-
pep, To keep up with
have to step."
Popular Gay-do, as she is known to her friends, Ginja, Berta,
and Carolyn, hopes to make Bob Jones University her alma
mater . . . Mr. Roach's English class was her favorite . . . she
leaves Mr. Zeno a car that will start in all kinds of weather.
Activities: Newspaper 3, Associate Editor 4; Captain Football-
Basketball Cheerleaders 3, 4; Talent and Christmas Show 3;
Sports 2; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club Play 3; Glee
Club 4; Secretary-Treasurer Student Council 4; Open House
Usher 4; Senior Play Committee 4; Mirror Business Staff 3;
Honorary Member Woman's Club.
"The eterrlal summer shall not fade."
Reserved Jeannie liked the football games and rallies . . .
plans for the future include attending Boston College School
of Education. Jeannie is usually found with Kathy, Jane, and
Activities: Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Latin Club 4;
Newspaper Staff 4; Open House Usher 3, 4; Christmas Show
3; Honorary Member of Woman's Club.
AUDREY ELLEN HEMPHILL College
"With personality like a gleaming star."
Pert and peppy "Audge" plans to attend Lasalle Junior College
. . . among her friends are Pat, Josie, Carol, and Joanne.
Activities: Newspaper Staff 4; Mirror Business Staff 3, 4;
Christmas Show 3; Knitting Club 2; Dramatic Club 3, 4; Foot-
ball Usher 3; Open House Usher 4; Senior Play Committee 4;
Glee Club 4.
JUDITH GAIL HEPLER Business
"Personal force never goes out of fashion."
Jude likes the terrific football rallies, long vacations and lunch
periods . . . plans to become a secretary and get married . . .
leaves Miss Mooney a collection box for gum chewers . . . her
friends include Jane, Marsha, Sandra, and Evelyn.
Activities: Glee Club; Voting Campaign; Red Cross Represen-
"Come and trip it as you go,
On the light fantastic toe."
Talented Ginja likes the kids of Waltham High best . . . plans
to study Theatre Arts and Ballet for Musical Comedy . . .
wills her brother to the school ... a few of her friends are
Andrea, Gail, Berta, and Carolyn.
Activities: Dramatic Club 2, 3, President 4; Latin Club 3, 4,
Treasurer 3; Mirror Literary Staff 3, 4; Newspaper Staff 2, 3;
Glee Club 4; Cheerleader 4; Red Cross Chairman 4; Blood-
mobile 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Talent Show 3, 4; Christmas Pro-
gram 3; Dramatic Club Play 3.
JOYCE MARION HOAGLAND Business
"Drive the rapid car."
Joyce, sometimes called Carburetor-Kate (we all know she's
an expert on cars) liked her English Classes best at WHS . . .
hopes to go on to accounting school and perhaps become a
CPA . . . among her friends are Helen, Rickey, Nance, and
Shirley. Activities: Home Room Representative.
JOHN DAVID HOLLAND General
"It's a friendly heart that has many friends."
Handsome Jack plans to attend Springfield College and become
a physical education teacher ... he is known for his wonder-
ful personality and friendliness . . . among popular Jack's
friends are Larry, Ken, and Lauri.
Activities: Football 3, 4; Productions Electrician; Senior Play
Cast; Dramatic Club 4; Dance Committees; Cafe Squad; Art
Staff of Mirror.
CAROL MARGARET HOLROYD
"Great is truth, and mighty above all things."
The big windows and sixth period classes with Miss Johnson
rated tops with Carol who hopes to be a secretary in an
advertising office . . . among her friends are Ginny, Kathy,
Dottie, and Lea.
Activities: Usher for Open House.
RICHARD H. HORTE
"On their own merits, modest men are dumb."
Skip, as he is known to his friends John, Curt, Norm, and John,
was another lover of the 2:30 bell . . . hopes to make Bentley
School of Accounting his alma mater . . . wills Mr. Avery a
slide rule . . . Good luck in the future, Skip!
"Rather than love, than money, than fame, give me truth."
Amiable Carolyn liked first lunch with her friends Donna,
Maureen, Barbara, and Marcia . . . pet peeve is Saturday
night suppers . . . ambition is to attend Perry's to take kinder-
Activities: Glee Club 4; Christmas Show 4.
HERBERT RONALD HOWE
"Happy am I, from care I flee, Why aren't they all content
Popular "Thumbs" always looked forward to the 2:30 bell
. . . partners in crime include Jerry, Arnie, and Larry . . .
future plans include college. Good luck, Ron!
Activities: Football 2, 3; Baseball 3; Dance Committee 4;
Senior Play Committee.
"A pleasant girl with a pleasant smile."
Jolly Josie, a future teacher, wills her good times to forth-
coming classes . . . attending the social events with Pat,
Audrey, Peg, and Carol rated tops with her.
Activities: Red Cross Representative 2; Mirror Representative
3; Mirror Business and Literary 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Latin Club
3, 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Newspaper Staff 4;
Open House Usher 3, 4.
LORENE ELAINE ISAACSON Home Economics
"Her gentle spirit."
Lee as she is known to the kids which include Trudy, Dotty and
Marcia, hopes to attend business school . . . leaves Mr. Perkins
for Driver Road two white Thunderbirds with Hollywood muf-
Activities: Dramatic Club 3; Senior Play Reading Committee 4;
Dance Committee 3; Glee Club 3.
"Away with her . . . she speaks Latin."
Andy, sometimes called "Stonewalk" seems to be in and out
of everything with the help of her friends, Sonja, Nita, Jean,
and Ginja . . . leaves one extra large locker for anyone who
shares . . . hopes to make Upsala College her alma mater.
Activities: National Honor Society 3, 4; Latin Club 3, 4; Dra-
matic Club 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Senior Play 4; Class Day
Usher 3; Open House Usher 3, 4; Bloodmobile 4; Dance
Committee 2, 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Mirror Literary Staff 2, 3,
4; Talent Show 3, 4; Christmas Show 3, 4; Treasurer Latin Club
3; Treasurer Dramatic Club 4; President Latin Club 4; Secretary-
Treasurer National Honor Society.
HARVEY O. JACKSON
"A kind of semi-Solomon, half-knowing everything from cedar
Harv hopes to become an electrical engineer after studying at
the University of Massachusetts . . . leaves his old books to
next year's seniors . . . liked just about everything at WHS
. . . friends include Ronnie, Bill, Pete, and Arnie.
Activities: Audio-Visual Staff.
SONJA THERESA JACOBSON
"When the willingness is great, the difficulties cannot be great."
Likeable Jake leaves to Mr. O'Brien a class of "terrible, terrible"
students . . . liked the lunches best with Dotty, Andy, and
Barby . . . hopes to attend business or nursery school.
Activities: Legislature 2; Open House Usher 3, 4; Glee Club 4;
National Honor Society 3, 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Class Day
BARBARA ANN JONES Home Economics
"Here are the ways of Pleasantness."
Personable Barby could usually be seen in the art room . . . her
one big ambition is to own a swimming pool shaped like a
sports car . . . her friends are Shelia, Bev, Dotty, and Sonja.
Activities: Red Cross Representative 2; Glee Club 2, 4; FHA 2;
Senior Play Committee 4; Cafeteria Staff 4; Open House
NANCY LEE JUSKIN
"She is good as she is fair."
Tall, vivacious Nancy liked just about everything and everybody
at WHS . . . except being called "Blondey" . . . Judy, Joy, and
Marcia are three of her many friends . . . has no definite
Activities: Girls' Sports 2; Dramatic Club 3; Office 4; Usher
3, 4; Glee Club 4; Christmas Show 3.
HEBERT E. KAMPE
"A time to keep silence and a time to speak."
Herb liked the lunch and the 2:30 bell best at WHS . . .
Friends include David, Bernie, Vinnie, and John . . . Hopes to
attend an aircraft mechanics school . . . Best of luck, Herb!
DOROTHY N. KELLEY Home Economics
"I have heard of the lady and good goes with her name."
Dottie can be seen with Trudy, Lee, Marie, and Bev . . . She
enjoyed middle periods best at WHS ... in the future you
will see Dottie working as a telephone operator.
Activities: Switchboard Operator 4.
JUDITH ANN KELLEY Business
"Her smile is worth her weight in gold."
"Kel," one of our peppy hockey cheerleaders, liked lunch in
the Cafe with Clair, MaryLou, Barbara, a/id Ev . . . leaves to
Mrs. Dunbrack a clickless ball point pen . . . hopes to get a
good office job.
Activities: Class Day Usher; Hockey Cheerleader 4; March of
Dimes Candidate; Attendance Office Staff.
KATHARINE ANN KIDNER College
"Taste the joy that springs from labor."
Kathy likes rooting at the football games with Jeanmarie, Jane
M., and Jane N. . . . leaves our large spacious lockers to next
year's students . . . Simmons College and New York Hospital
School of Nursing are on the agenda after graduation.
Activities: Latin Club 3, 4; Glee Club 4; FHA 2; Open House
CAROLYN IDA KROSNICK
"Her hair is not more sunny than her heart."
Stylish Carly is usually found with Gail, Berta, or Ginja. After
graduation Carly plans to attend college and go into foreign
Activities: Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Newspaper 3, 4; Junior Prom
Committee; Dramatic Club Play 3, 4; Homeroom Rep. 2;
Glee Club 4.
CURTIS W. LAMBERT
"Nothing can be lasting if reason doesn't rule."
Mild-mannered Curt transferred from Weston High. His friends
include John, Skip, Steve, and John. His plans for the future
are indefinite. Lots of luck!
GEORGE E. LANCTOT
"He is rich who is contented."
Easy-going Ed likes the football rallies and Mr. O'Brien's
rambling chatter. Future plans include college and possibly
industrial engineering. Frank, Louis, and Jim are his cohorts.
HENRY A. LANGILL General
"Carefree days are here to stay."
Happy-go-lucky Hank is also subject to our 2:30 bell. His
friends are Eddy and Henry. Plans . . . enter the Air Force.
BEVERLY ANNE LAVASH College
"Love for one, friendship for many, good will for all."
Gay Bev can be found any place at any time where there is
fun around and usually party-loving Bev is the source. Bev
leaves to Mr. O'Brien the exclusive use of the word "terrible."
Activities: Mirror Rep. 2, 3; Dramatics Club 2, 4; Art Staff;
Newspaper Staff 2, 4; Senior Play Committee 4; Glee Club 4;
Dramatics Club Play 2; Girls' Sports 2, 3; Red Cross Rep.;
Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Graduation
Usher; Football Usher 3.
BARBARA ANNE LAWLER Business
"To know her is to love her."
Known better to her friends as Barbs, this pretty Miss plans
to continue working at her present job. Her friends include
Janice, Stephanie, and Mary Lou.
Activities: Worker in the business office.
"Her very frowns are fairer far, Than smiles of other maidens
Stella enjoyed her fourth period Chem Class. Lorraine, Jar»et,
and Linda will be coaching her on in her career in Radio
Broadcasting and Television.
Activities: Drama Club; Senior Play; Candy Girl; Prom Com-
ROBERT FREDERICK LAZARUS
"Shall I, wasting in despair, sigh because a maiden's fair?"
Athletic Red liked all the kids and the winning athletic teams
at WHS . . . Chums are Bill Stern, Bill Meserve, Paul Ardenti-
Morini . . . The immediate future presents a college career.
Activities: Basketball Varsity 1, 2, 3; Baseball Varsity 1, 2, 3;
JEAN ELIZABETH LEARY
"Nothing so active as that which seems least so."
Likeable Jean enjoyed the Junior Prom and the friendly stu-
dents . . . Friends are Diane, Bert, Rose, Barb, and Lillian . . .
Plans include attending I.B.AA. or other business training school.
"I am always in haste, but never in a hurry."
Ken liked our new parking lot at WHS. Plans to take up radio
and television in school . . . Friends include Bob, Phil, Edith,
Activities: Dance Committee; Senior Play Committee; and work-
ing on cars.
RICHARD A. LEBLANC Technical
"Modesty hath a great charm."
Reserved Dick, partial to our study hall, plans to attend North-
eastern University in the electronics curriculum. His chums are
Jack Frost and Bill Eastler.
Activities: German Club 2, 3.
CAROL ANN LEONARD
"In quietness and in confidence ."
Carol, another enthusiast of our 2:30 bell, is usually seen with
Joan, Dotty, Sally, and Judy. The future forecasts wedding bells
Activities: Choir 1, 2; Glee Club 1; School Orchestra 1, 2; Dance
JUDITH M. LEWIS
"She has two eyes so soft and blue; take care."
Peppy Judi leaves her cheering uniform to the future cheer-
leaders ... a future airline stewardess, she enjoyed Larry's
friendly "Good Morning" . . . friends are Eleanor, Sue, Nancy,
Activities: Glee Club 4; Hockey Cheerleader 4; Usher 4; Senior
Play 4; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Christmas Show 4; Talent
JOHN LOPEZ College
"For the apparel oft proclaims the man."
Sociable Sonny liked football, the 2:30 bell on Friday best at
WHS . . . leaves Mr. Zeno a Class "A" Champion team . . .
partners in crime are Tucker, Jim, Bob, and Hank . . . hopes
to make Norwich his alma mater.
Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Christmas Show 4; Baseball 3, 4;
Dance Committee 2; Junior Prom Committee; Maroon Squad.
LEONARD ANTHONY LOPEZ
"By the work, you'll know the workman."
If you see someone with a camera, you'll know it's Pancho, as
he is known to his friends, Chit, Chris, and Jug. Pancho's
ambition is to become a structural design engineer.
Activities; Audio-Visual Staff 2, 3, 4; Mirror Protographer 2,
3, 4; Christmas Show 3, 4; Talent Show 3, 4; German Club 3, 4.
MICHAEL LYON College
"Eloquence is power."
"Tiger," as his friends, Wayne, George, and Walt, called him,
liked the teachers and kids best at WHS . . . hopes to attend
a liberal arts college and then be a communications executive
. . . leaves Mr. B. a Ouija Board, and Mr. Pettinati "someone
to do the talking."
Activities: German Club; Talent Show; Christmas Show; De-
bating Club; Chairman of the Senior Play.
PETER ALBEN MABIE
A ^ b
"I have often regretted my speech, never my silence."
Mabe, as he is called by his friends, Chris and Harvey, hopes
to attend agricultural college . . . liked the lunches and 2:30
bell . . . leaves Mr. Avery new lab equipment, the janitors
an automatic floor sweeper, and the rifle team some new rifles.
Activities: Rifle Club 3, 4; Rifle Team 3, 4; Photography Club 1.
JANE TAYLOR AAacDONALD
"Sincerity and honesty carry on through many difficulties."
Future plans for Janie include attending Boston College . . .
liked the football games and rallies . . . leaves Natalie her
open locker . . . constant companions are Jean and Bev.
Activities: German Club 3, Secretary 4; Glee Club 4; Dramatic
Club 4; Mirror Business Staff 4; Usher 3, 4.
LAURA JEAN MacLEAN Business
"The courageous captain of compliments."
Well-liked Laura was fond of football games. Known to her
friends, Eleanor, Loretta,and Margie, as Gert, she plans to be
a stenographer. To the Juniors she leaves her empty lunch
Activities: Football Usher 4; Glee Club 4; Senior Play Com-
mittee 4; Dance Committee 4; Open House Usher 4; Home-
room Representative 2.
KENNETH F. MacNEILL Business
"Be gracious, it is the halo of the mighty."
Mac thought all the kids at WHS were great . . . liked the
long corridors and the big windows . . . ambition is to work
in an office and not as an office boy. Best of luck, Mac!
GEORGE ANTHONY MAIRS College
"Come my best friends, my books, and lead me on."
Studious George enjoyed H. G. P.'s wonderful sense of humor.
Hopes to attend college next year. Wills to the class of '59 a
jukebox for the Cafe. His many friends include Mike and Chit.
Activities: National Honor Society 3, 4; German Club 2, 3, 4;
Debating Club 2, 3, 4; Band; Orchestra.
JEAN ANN MANGIE Business
"She is silent, she is shy, but there is mischief in her eye."
A future secretary, Jean leaves her shorthand notebooks to
Miss Mooney . . . she enjoyed attending football games with
Eleanor, Joyce and Laura.
Activities: Glee Club 4; Art Club 2; Football Usher 4; Dance
JUDITH HELEN MARA College
"Gentle, timid, sweet and kind are her attributes defined."
Judy can usually be seen with Jane or Nancy . . . likes the
friendly atmosphere at WHS . . . gives Jane a wear-ever pen
. . . hopes to go into the field of nursing.
Activities: Dramatic Club 4; Glee Club 4; Open House Usher
4; Christmas Show 4.
"And above the average man."
Another of our hard-working hockey players, Norm plans to
study Theology. Algebra with Mr. O'Brien is Norm's favorite
class. Roy, Angelo, and Leon are among his many friends.
Activities: Baseball 1, 2, 3; Hockey 1, 2, 3; Christmas Show 4.
ROBERT MARSHALL General
"Thy heart /'s big."
Tall Bob likes the football rallies and the 2:30 bell . .
graduation a hitch in the Air Force and a career in
broadcasting ... is a friend to everyone he knows.
JOAN MARIE McCUSHER
"If I could number your graces . . ."
Joanie, as she is known to her friends, Jeannette, Franny, and
Mary, is another one of our future secretaries . . . leaves to
Mr. Taylor another Friday study class like this year's . . . liked
the music in the Cafe best at WHS. Good luck, Joanie.
Activities: Voting Campaign, Glee Club 4.
JOHN KELLEY McDEVITT
"Let every man be master of his time."
Algebra class with Mr. O'Brien rated tops with Mac whose
ambition is to attend Holy Cross or B.C. . . . leaves Mrs.
Dunbrack a book on the habits and mannerisms of high school
students . . . friends include Normie and Kevin.
DEANNE G. McELHINEY Business
"Silence is the perfectest herald of joy."
Quiet Dee liked the lunch periods and football rallies . . .
leaves Miss Mooney a gum machine . . . ambition is to attend
B.U. . . . chums are Judy, Karen, Nan, Shirl, and Diane.
Activities: Homeroom Representative 2; Voting Campaign 3;
Red Cross Representative 2; Business Staff Mirror 3, 4; News-
paper Staff 3, 4; Graduation Usher 3; Glee Club 4.
MARTHA LEE McGILVRAY
RICHARD FRANCIS McELHINEY
"I sing, I play, I dance."
Lively Rick likes vacation and parties . . . partners in crime
include Ed, Archie, Bob, and Mog . . . hopes to attend college.
Activities: Football; Dramatic Club; Christmas Shows; Talent
Show; Dramatic Club Play.
"The twinkle in thine eyes betokens mischief."
Marty likes eating lunch with the "kids" and Mr. Dwyer's
English Class . . . plans to attend a business school . . . con-
stant companions are Marie, Janet, and the Daddona twins.
Activities: Girls' Glee Club 4; FHA Club; Red Cross Repre-
ELEANOR ANN McGOVERN Business
"She may look quiet but look again."
Devilish DeDe enjoys the football games best at WHS. Upon
graduation she hopes to become a stenographer . . . pals are
Jean, Laura, Joyce, and Bev.
Activities: Girls' Glee Club 4; Dance Committee.
JOSEPH ROSS MclNTYRE College
"Good humor is allied to generosity."
Mac is one of our transfer students from St. Mary's. Easy-going
Joe is off to the Air Force after graduation. Among his many
friends are Raga, Buddy, Joe, and Ron.
Activities: Glee Club 2, 3; Dance Committee 3.
SUSANNE MARIE MclVOR
"She who laughs holds the world in her heart.'
Fun-loving Sue likes the rallies and lunch . . . partners in
crime include Judy, Carol, Brenda and Eleanor. Sue hopes to
attend a teachers' college.
Activities: Class Treasurer 2; Debating Club 2; Dance Com-
mittee 2, 4; Talent Show 2; Mirror Representative 4; Glee Club
4; Christmas Show 4.
McKENZIE J. BERNARD
"Thou canst not say I did it."
Hair cut, anyone? . . . Mack hopes to attend Dalbec Barber-
ing School. Three of his many friends are Herb, David, and
John. Good luck in the future!
KATHRYN ELIZABETH McPHEE
"A smile makes life worth while."
Mischievous Mickey likes 'just about all WHS, especially the
football and basketball games. She can usually be seen with
Carol, Ginny, Lea, and Dotty . . . plans after graduation in-
clude work . . . best of luck to a wonderful girl.
JOHN BUCHANAN MEIKLE College
"The noblest mind, the best contentment has."
Mike can usually be found with Jon, LeRoy, Bob, and Ken
. . . hopes to attend Northeastern. John leaves Mr. Pettinati
all things equal.
Activities: Football 1.
WILLIAM GEORGE MESERVE
"By different methods different men excel, But here is he
who can do all things we//."
Popular Bill was our exchange student to Greece . . . Cohorts
include Arnie and Bill . . . Hopes to attend Tufts and Harvard
Activities: Student Government President 4; Student Council
2, 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; News-
paper Staff 3, 4; Mirror Representative 3, 4; Audio-Visual Staff
2, 3, 4; Dance Committee 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3;
Debating Club 2; Monitor 4.
SYLVIA BLANCHE MILLER Business
"Variety is the spice of life."
Vivacious Syl enjoyed Mr. Garrahan's English class and first
lunch . . . chums with Lin, Dottie, Cindy, and Nancy . . .
intends to be a good secretary.
Activities: Football Usher 3, 4; Bowling Team 2, 3; Graduation
Usher 3; Open House Usher 3; Christmas Shows 3, 4; Room
6 Staff 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Voting Campaign 3.
DOROTHY ANNE MIRABITO Business
"A lovely lady garmented in light."
Friendly Dot liked law with Miss Johnson best at WHS . . .
leaves her a foam rubber typewriter . . . friends include
Lorry, Lea, Carol, and Kathy . . . office work comes after
Activities: Glee Club.
SHIRLEY ANN MORREALE Business
"One quickly gets readiness in an art where strong desire
comes in play."
Marky enjoyed English best at WHS . . . among her many friends
are Judy, Margie, Mary/ and Cappa . . . wishes to be a
Activities: Business Office.
PRISCILLA ELAINE MORROW Business
"Whatever is worth doing, is worth doing well."
Bookkeeping rated tops with Pris at WHS . . . usually seen
with Phyllis, Marjorie, and Laura ... is considering joining
the Waves. Good luck, Pris!
JON STANLEY MUCCI
"Silence will carry you far."
Called "Mooch" by friends, Bill, Leon, and Bob . . . liked the
new cafeteria best at WHS . . . hopes to make a career out
of the Air Force.
Activities: Band 1, 2; Red Cross Representative 2; Football 2;
Mirror Representative 4.
DANIEL PAUL McLEAN Technical
"A kinder gentleman treads not the earth."
Dandy Dan liked Miss Darmedy's history class . . . gives Leigh
his "I love Ludwig" button . . . cohorts are Leigh and Leon
. . . plans to attend Northeastern to major in aeronautical
Activities: German Club.
BARBARA S. MULA Home Economics
"Absence makes the heart grow fonder."
Babs liked rooting at the football games and lunching with
her friends, Claire, Mary Lou, Judy, and Ev . . . leaves Mr.
Taylor a mink school bag . . . future plans include attending
Katherine Gibbs Secretarial School. Best of luck. Barb.
"Knows not which is which
Peppy Jani liked cheering at the hockey games
. . pals
hopes to be a
include Dianne, Gail, Marsha, and Judy
Activities: Dramatic Club 4; Hockey Cheerleader 3, 4; Mirror
Representative; Senior Play Committee 4; Christmas Shows 3,
4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3.
CHARLES JAMES MURPHY General
"Let each man do his best."
Murph leaves to Mr. Yetten two screws for his pencil sharp-
ener . . . liked the 2:30 bell and the Cafe where he could be
found with Druk, Wa,yne, Leo, and Willy . . . ambition is to
Activities: Cafeteria Squad.
ELIZABETH LORRAINE MURPHY
"A smile will go a long, long way."
Popular, fun-loving Beth liked the lunch periods best ... to
future shorthand students she leaves her old pencil stubs . . .
Nan, Franny, Judy, and Claire are her constant companions
... is striving to become a medical secretary.
Activities: Mirror Representative 3; Mirror Clerical 1, 2; Mirror
Literary 1, 2; Red Cross Representative 3; Voting Campaign 4.
GEORGE BURTON MULLEN College
"Sigh no more women, for here I come."
Popular, good-looking Burt plans to attend Norwich U. and
then go into the lumber business with his father . . . liked
the good times he had in the Cafe with his friends, John, Tom,
Bob, and Jim . . . leaves Mr. Neylon the profit on this year-
Activities: Editor-in-Chief Mirror 4; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play Cast 4; Newspaper Staff 1, 2;
Glee Club 1, 2, 4; Dramatic Club Play 2; Talent Show 3, 4;
Christmas Show 4.
ROBERT CHARLES NAZAR
"The mildest manner and the gentlest heart."
Friendly Bob enjoyed being a senior the best at WHS . . .
among his many friends are Leon, Ed, Archie, and Ricky . . .
hopes to attend Tufts to become a dentist.
Activities: Baseball 2; Dramatics 2; Art Staff of Mirror 4;
Red Cross Representative.
MARY JANE NEVILLE
"A little candle sheds bright beams."
Personality plus, popular, Janie can always be seen busily
working at one of her many activities . . . Besides working at
her full schedule she can be seen with Judy and Nancy. Plans
to go to nursing school after WHS.
Activities: Editor-in-Chief of Newspaper Staff; Publicity Chair-
man of Senior Play; Class Treasurer; Student Council; Dra-
matic Club Treasurer; Dramatic Club 2, 3; Latin Club President
3; Latin Club Executive Board 4; Newspaper Staff 2, 3, 4;
Junior Prom Committee.
JOANNE MARIE NIOSE Stenographic
"Mischief dances in her eyes."
Cheerful Jo likes the studies in 26 and lunch periods . . .
leaves her eraser grits to Miss Mooney, friends include Marge,
Tina, and Phyl . . . hopes to become a stenographer.
Activities: Bowling Team; Open House Usher 3, 4; Voting
ELEANOR JEAN OHNEMUS College
"With volleys of eternal babble."
Cute, peppy Els likes cheering at the football and basketball
games best . . . leaves megaphone to next year's cheering
squad . . . partners in crime include Gail, Judy, Sue, and
Esther . . . future plans are indefinite.
Activities: Vice President 2; Newspaper Staff 2, 3; Feature
Editor 4; Cheerleader 4; Girls' Vice President 4; Junior Prom
Committee; FHA Club 2; Mirror Representative 3; Room 6 Staff;
Christmas Show 3, 4; Talent Show 2; Glee Club 4; Blood-
VIRGINIA BERNICE ORPIN
"Quiet and apart."
Ginny liked her law class best at WHS . . . Plans include a
dancing career or office work . . . Carol, Dottie, Kathy, and
Len will be among those wishing her good luck in all future
LEON CHARLES OMBRELLO
"Words are women; deeds are men."
Leon, the boy with the personality plus smile, liked the Cafe
best at WHS . . . buddies include Jug, Jon, Norm, and "Lefty"
Nazar . . . plans to study electrical engineering.
Activities: Dramatic Club 4; Junior Prom Committee; Audio-
Visual 3; Art Staff of Mirror.
JEAN MARIE PAQUETTE
"Beauty and brains are a rare combination."
The football games and English classes rated tops with popular
Jeanie . . . leaves her sister as good a time as she had at WHS
. . . hopes to become a teacher of business subjects . . .
chums include Claire, Frannie, Nanette, and Beth.
Activities: Girls' Sports 2; Red Cross Representative 2, 3; Na-
tional Honor Society 3, 4; Usher at Class Day and Open House-
Newspaper Staff 4; Advertising Committee of the Senior Play.
HELEN JANE PARELLO Business
"A merry heart makes a cheerful countenance."
The new school and the great assemblies were favorites of
Helen who may be seen with Pat, Judy, Priscilla, and Marsha
. . . hopes to attend college and then travel . . . wills Mr
Carter a bicycle to ride to the office on.
Activities: Glee Club 4; Dramatic Club 4; Voting Campaign 3;
Girls' Sports 2, 3; Mirror Representative 2.
WILLIAM C. PARENTEAU General
"No task is too steep for human wit."
Lively Bill hopes to attend Wentworth Institute to take design
and drafting after which he wants to join the Navy . . .
buddies include Normie, Frankie, Joe, and Dick.
Activities: Art Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Homeroom
Representative 4; Rifle Club 1, 2, 3; Audio-Visual Staff 2, 3.
JOAN H. PATTEN
"Silence expounds virtues."
Reserved Joanie wants to take the five-year nursing course
. . . chums are Nancy, Janie, Jean, and Berta . . . the football
games and rallies were favorites with Joan.
Activities: Newspaper 3, 4, Editor of Girls' Sports 4; FHA
Club 2; Latin Club 3, 4; Executive Council 4; Dramatic Club
3, 4; Sports 2, 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Publicity Com-
mittee for the Senior Play; Glee Club; Literary Staff of Mirror 4.
NANCY PATTERSON College
"Lips when parted show precious pearls in double row."
This friendly lassie liked the wonderful football games . . .
future affords elementary teaching . . . constant companions
are Joanie, Janie, and Sylvia.
Activities: Latin Club 3, 4; Dramatic Club 4; Newspaper Staff
4; Publicity Committee for the Senior Play; Girls' Sports 2, 3.
ESTHER MARY PEEL
"What's the use of worrying, it never was worth while."
Being a cheerleader for the Red and White made a big hit
with spirited Es who plans to attend a teachers' college . . .
friends include Mancy, Joan, Judy and Sue.
Activities: Student Council 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Ski Club 4;
Mirror Representative 3; Junior Prom Committee; Dance Com-
mittee; Open House Usher 3, 4; Business Staff of Mirror 3.
ROBERT JOHN PERRY Business
"All things are easy to industry."
Snooks, a skiing enthusiast liked the gigantic parking lot best
at WHS . . . cohorts in crime include Ken, Pitt, Romeo, and
Herb . . . future plans are to attend Bentley's School of
Accounting . . . Best of luck, Bob!
NATALIE JEAN PETERSON
"Touched with human gentleness and love."
Ambitious Nat liked her democracy and English classes along
with the newspaper meetings best at WHS . . . plans include
teaching. Dottie and Bobbi help keep Natalie on the go.
Activities: Sunday School Teacher; Co-Editor Kaleidoscope
JANICE ELIZABETH PICTOUR Home Economics
" 'Tis good to be merry."
Pert Jan enjoyed Miss Bliss's cooking classes . . . friends in-
clude Roy, Barb, and Jayne . . . she plans to work for a while
. . . then wedding bells.
Activities: Home Room Representative.
"By honor and labor, always aiming high."
Rosalie, one of our more studious members, liked the great
programs held in the new auditorium . . . leaves the library
a much-needed adding machine . . . among her friends are
Nancy, Jane, and Joan . . . ambition is to attend college and
Major in elementary teaching.
Activities: Sports 1, 2, 3; Knitting Club 2; Library Staff 3, 4;
Glee Club 4; NationaLHonor Society 3, 4.
DAVID MICHAEL PLACE
"Your vision is machines for making more machines."
Make liked the new machine shop . . . friends include Nick,
Bob, Dick, and Dave . . . wants to serve Uncle Sam for the
next twenty years. Best of luck in the future!
ELIZABETH J. PLACE
"Let all things be done decently and in order."
Reserved Betty liked lunch periods at WHS and disliked the
buses . . . can usually be seen with Bobbie, Marsha, Clare,
and Franny . . . hopes to attend business school or nursing
school in the future.
Activities: Glee Club 4; Mirror Representative 4; Graduation
Usher 3; Bowling 2, 3.
NANETTE POMEROY Business
"It's nice to be natural if you're naturally nice."
Shorthtand and football rated high on amiable Nan's list of
favorites . . . close companions include Beth, Lois and Judy
. . . aiming to become an X-ray technician.
Act/vitJes: Legislature 4; Red Cross Representative; Junior Prom
Committee 3; Glee Club 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Voting Cam-
PATRICIA ELEANOR POOR Business
"There are smiles that make you happy."
Personable Pat is usually seen with Helen, Judy, Faye, and
Cindy . . . studies with Mr. Taylor and Mrs. Keenan rated
high with her . . . hopes to become a secretary.
Activities: FHA Club 2; Voting Campaign 3; Glee Club 4;
Football Usher 4.
ELIZABETH PARRETTA Business
"Good humor is always a success."
Cheerful Betty hopes to be a receptionist . . . liked lunches
and cheering at the games with Anne, Claire, and Norma.
Activities: Dance Committee 4; Senior Class Vice President 4;
Art Club 1; Girls' Sports 1.
LORETTA ANN PROFETTO Business
"With my whole heart, with my whole soul."
The sports at WHS were favorites with Lo whose ambition is
to become a private secretary . . . wills Miss Balch drapes for
her room . . .. may be seen with Shirley, Eileen, Sally, Toni,
Activities: Basketball 2, 3, 4; Bowling 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4;
Badminton 2, 3, 4; 'Voting Campaign 3; Graduation Usher 3;
Open House Usher 47 Glee Club 4.
LEROY OTTO PROPHET Technical
"But, oh, he dances in such a way."
Talented Roy enjoyed the friendly atmosphere at WHS . . .
usually can be found with Walter, John, and the Tech boys
. . . hopes to attend a technical school.
Activities: German Club 2, 3, President 4; National Honor
Society 3, 4, President 4; Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Christmas
Show 2, 3, 4; Senior Play Committee 4; Audio-Visual Staff 4;
Rifle Club 4.
NANCY LENOX PUTNAM
"Those who know her, sing her praises."
Nancy, who plans to attend Bridgewater Teachers' College,
leaves to Miss Daily a speedy correcting machine . . . liked
sixth periods and football games . . . can be seen with
Esther, Judy, Nancy, and Brenda.
Activities: Room 6 Staff 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Talent Show 2;
Mirror Business Staff 3; Nurse's Office Staff 4; Christmas
FRANK JAMES RAGUSO College
"None but the brave deserve the fair."
Football and lunch are the favorites of Raga . . . leaves his
racing forms to Mr. O'Brien and his teammates, Tucker, Joey,
Ed, Saint, Paul and many others' ... his future includes college.
Activities: Football, 3 Years.
ROBERT ALEXANDER RAMSAY
"Life has a value only when it has something valuable as its
"Rams," as he is known to his friends, Buster and Jim, liked
playing hockey best at WHS . . . leaves an all "A" law class to
Miss Johnson . . . ambition is to attend B.U. and take adver-
Activities: Red Cross Representative 1; Band 1, 2; Hockey
Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1; Chairman of Electricians'
Committee 2, 3, 4; Audio-Visual 1, 2, 3; Electrical Committee
for Junior and Senior Proms; Dramatic Club and Senior Play;
Talent and Christmas Shows; Graduation and Class Day, and
Dances 1, 2, 3, 4.
RICHARD ANTHONY RANDO
"Let each man pass his days wherein his skill is greatest."
Northeastern or the Coast Guard Academy . . . likes Miss
Daily's English Class best . . . friends are Buster, Bill, Bob,
and Joe . . . leaves Newton High a defeated football team
for next year.
Activities: Audio-Visual Staff.
EDWARD RICHARD RANGE
"Many a small makes a great."
Before Ed leaves WHS to enter the service he wishes to com-
pliment Hector's winning smile and leave Miss Hirst a record
that says "NO TALKING AFTER THE BELL" one hundred times.
Jughead and Ronnie are among his friends.
RAYMOND HENRY RICHARD
"Wit and wisdom are both with a man."
Ray likes the new, big roomy cafe . . . leaves Mr.
all of the 4G math classes . . . friends include Joe,
Rocky, and John . . . plans to attend a Navy sub school.
Activities: Glee Club 4; Audio-Visual Squad 2, 3, 4.
JUDITH ELAINE RICHARDSON
"/'// smile my way through life."
"Johnny," Morky, Bellis, Cappa, and Nan are the close friends
of Rich . . . best liked in the past has been English Class with
the four D's . . . working at Atlantic Register and marriage
are the best considered plans of the future.
Activities: Glee Club 3.
ROBERTA ROSE College
"The glass of fashion, the mould of form, the observed of all
Charming Berta liked lunch in Mr. B's room with Carolyn,
Gail, and Ginja . . . hopes to attend a liberal arts college and
Activities: Vice Pres. National Honor Society 3, 4; Newspaper
2, 3, Co-Ed. 4; Dramatic Club 2, 3, Sec. 4; Sr. and Dramatic
Club Plays 2, 3, 4; Latin Club Sec. 3, Advisory Board 4; Stu.
Coun. 4; Glee Club 4; Mirror Bus. Staff 3, 4.
ARNOLD RICHARD ROSENFELD College
"Leave silence to the gods, I am but human."
Popular, good-looking Arnie liked the kids and teachers best
of all. He leaves the sophomores and juniors as good a time
as he had with his friends Larry, Bill, Ronnie, and Gerry . . .
college is his ambition.
Activities: Exchange Student; Jr. Prom Chmn.; Soph. Hop
Chmn.; Asst. Newspaper Ed. 4; Mirror Lit. Staff 4; Homeroom
Legislator 4; Sr. Play 4, Co-Chmn.; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4;
Basketball 2, 3; Decorating Com. 2, 3, 4; Monitor 4.
DOROTHY E. ROYSTER Business
"A sunny disposition is a gift of the gods."
A future secretary, Dottie's many friends include Sylvia, Sonja,
Nat, and Barb. Wills Mr. Taylor a quiet study hall.
Activities: Glee Club 4; Attendance Officer 2, 3, 4; Football
Usher 2, 3, 4; Voting Campaign 3.
MATTHEW JOSEPH RUTKOWSKI
"In the clear, cold depths, he swims."
"Sonny," as he is known to his friends, Bud, George, Paul,
Tom and Sam, hopes to attend college . . . found Miss Taylor's
English classes, the new school, and the study periods terrific.
Good luck, Sonny.
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EDWARD WILLIAM RYAN
"No! I am not Prince Hamlet, nor was I meant to be."
Working in the Cafe and the 2:30 bell rated tops with Eddie
. . . cohorts include Leon, Larry, Herb, and Bill . . . future
plans include college.
Activities: Hockey 2, 3, 4; Rifle Club 2; Audio-Visual Staff 3;
Cafeteria Squad 3, 4; Dance Committee 4; Student Guide 4.
JOHN WILBUR SABEAN College
"A gentleman needs no quotation."
The Cafeteria was John's favorite . . . hopes to make Houghton
College his alma mater . . . wills to Mr. Pettinati some different
colored pencils for his solid geometry classes . . . friends are
Ed and Jack.
Activities: Cafeteria Squad.
FRANK AUGUSTINE SALAMONE Business
"He trod the water whose enmity he flung aside."
Franco, as he is known to his friends, Fred, Lauri, Norm, and
Roger, was another enthusiast of his female classmates . . .
ambition is to join the Navy. Good luck, Frank!
Activities: Baseball; Rifle Club.
ANTHONY MICHAEL SAMMARCE
"Saying is one thing, doing is another."
Sam, as he is known to his friends Bob, Paul, and Bill, hopes
to attend Boston University next year . . . liked German with
Mr. Penta best at WHS.
Activities: German Club.
JAYNE SANSOUCIE General
"Di//'gence is the mother of good luck."
Jayne liked the new Cafe and assembly hall at WHS . . . hopes
to become a dance instructor . . . friends include Janice,
Martha, and "Carolyn. Good luck, Jayne!
"That she may be ready in case of anything turning up."
Pinkie, as she is sometimes called by her friends, Pauline,
Rose, Lois, and Maureen, liked Mr. Yetten's classes best at
WHS . . . leaves Mrs. O'Hara memories of her daily visits
. . . ambition is to become a dental assistant.
Activities: Glee Club 4; Newspaper Staff.
JEANNETTE VIRGINIA SCAFIDI Business
"Good things come in small packages."
Petite Jan, known to her friends, Mary, Joan, and Franny, as
"little one," plans to become a hair stylist . . . football games
and sixth period rated tops.
Activities: Mirror Representative 2; Red Cross Representative
4; Usher 3; Sports 1, 2, 3.
MARY SCALIA Business
"Content is happiness."
The lunch periods and the football games rated tops with
Mary who hopes to attend business school . . . leaves Mr.
Raylor a school bag . . . pals include Donna, Judy, and Sandy.
Activities: Christmas Program; Glee Club; Football Usher.
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"It matters not how long we live, but how well."
Buster disliked the size of the lockers . . . leaves Mr. Husson
a textbook to meet his specifications . . . ambition is to enter
the Coast Guard Academy . . . chums in crime are Ivan, Dick,
Frank, and Tony.
Activities: Junior Prom Committee; Talent Show; Christmas
Show; Dance Committee; Electricians' Committee.
LARRY THEODORE SCHMITT
"A laugh is worth a hundred groans in any market."
Likeable "Larr," that popular senior from 121, hopes to attend
some New England college after a year of "Prep." Included
among his many friends are Ronnie, Arnie, and Burt . . . will
always be remembered for his great athletic ability.
Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2, 3, 4, Captain; Baseball
2, 3; Class President 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee.
MARSHA CAROLANN SCHOOLS Business
"Good health and good strength are two of life's blessings."
Marsh, as she is called by her buddies, Evelyn, Jane, Judy, and
Midge, liked the rallies and proms best at WHS . . . ambition
is to take a trip to Florida . . . plans include becoming a
secretary and attending B.U.
Activities: Homeroom Representative; Mirror Representative;
Glee Club; Voting Campaign; Prom Committee; Red Cross Rep.
GEORGE JOSEPH SHAW
"A gentleman and scholar, a man of many parts."
To be a mechanical engineer is Joe's ambition . . . friends
include Jim, Sam, Herb, and Bill . . . middle periods rated
tops with Joe who leaves Miss Hirst a trolley car.
Activities: Science Seminar 2; Audio-Visual Staff 2; Science Fair
3; Senior Play Cast 4; News Column Reporter.
ROBERTA ANNE SHIRLEY
"The mathematician has reached the highest rung on the ladder
of human thought."
Bobbie, a popular transfer from Woburn High, thinks all her
classmates at WHS are tops . . . leaves Mrs. Carney, a true
lover of history . . . hopes to attend Northeastern and major
Activities: Badminton; Tennis; Archery; Softball; Field Hockey;
Basketball; Talent Show.
CAROL ANN SIMMONS Home Economics
"Tomorrow, the unknown, the future . . ."
Cindy, as she is known to her friends, Jean and Alberta, is
still undecided about her future . . . liked the beautiful new
school best of all. Lots of luck, Cindy!
MAUREEN ELIZABETH STANKARD
"We know the truth, not only by the reason but also by the
Lunch and the final bell rated high on Maureen's list of likes
at WHS . . . she leaves Mr. Dwyer fur coats to keep his future
pupils comfortable in class . . . friends include Sandra, Ginny,
Peggy, Mary, Pat . . . plans to attend Perry School to be a
Activities: Glee Club 4; Christmas Play 3; Open House Usher
4; Dance Committee; New York Trip.
CLEMENTINE LOUISE SPAGNUOLO Stenographic
"A friend in need is a friend indeed."
Margie, Jo, Pat, and Phyl call her Tina . . . liked the big
study hall . . . hopes to attend Chandler.
Activities: Girls' Sports 2; Usher 2, 3, 4; Mirror Representa-
JOYCE M. SPOONER
"She who means no mischief, does it all."
Mischievous Joyce liked all the kids at WHS . . . future plans
include Nursing School . . . constant chums, Jeanne, Ellie, and
Laura . . . Best of luck to a future Lady in White.
Activities: Glee Club 4.
LOIS ANN SMITH
"/ have a thought within my head, I have a dream within my
Smitty as she is known to her friends Maureen, Ginny, Milly,
and Barbie, liked Mr. Curry's math classes and the lunch
periods best at WHS . . . leaves Mr. Dwyer her English books
. . . ambition is to be a dental secretary and then to marry
Activities: FHA 2; Glee Club 4.
WILLIAM EDWARD STERN
"To know how to hide one's ability is a great skill."
Popular and respected Bill is undecided about his plans after
college but with his ability and personality he is bound for
the road of success. Red and Bill are two of his many friends.
Activities: Boys' Vice President 4; National Honor Society 3,
4; Latin Club 3; Student Guide 3; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Winner
of the "Voice of Democracy" 4; Student Exchange Day Com-
CAROL ANN STEVENS Business
"Quietness is best."
Our great football team rated tops with Steve whose ambition
is to go to California to live . . . leaves Miss Hogarty a Solid
Gold Typewriter . . . Pals include Elaine, Maureen, Joyce, and
Activities: Red Cross Rep. 3.
PAUL MARTIN ST. GERMAIN College
"What's done can't be undone."
Paul liked the homeroom periods with Mr. Yetten and leaves
him his empty seat . . . friends include Larry, Frank, Bob, and
Tony . . . hopes to attend Northeastern. Good luck in the
ROBERT HENRY ST. GERMAIN
"Why did man ever invent women."
Popular St. G. enjoyed Brenda and football best about
Waltham High . . . leaves his uniform to Coach Zeno . . .
hopes to make University of Vermont his alma mater . . .
friends include Tuck, Tom, Weasel, and Jakey.
Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1;
Glee Club 4; Christmas Show 4; Talent Show 4.
DONALD SULLIVAN College
"Thinking is an idle waste of thought"
Sully hopes to fulfill his ambition in the Air Force . . . friends
include Fred, Norm, and Rober. Best of luck, Sully!
FRANK TAMOSHUNAS College
"The king of artists would be a photographer."
Tama, as he is known to his friends, Ron, Dick, Bill, and Paul,
thought all the kids at WHS were tops . . . leaves to Mrs.
Gabriel two pencils and an eraser . . . ambition is to attend
college and major in history.
Activities: Dance Committee; Decorating Committee.
BEVERLY ANN THOMPSON Business
"Light heart lives long."
Friendly Bev liked rooting at the football games with Cal,
DeDe and Pat . . . one ambition in life is to travel around
the world in 80 days.
Activities: Voting Campaign 3; Cafeteria Squad.
ROBERT WILLIAM TOBIN General
"Comb down his hair: look, look! It stands upright."
Tobey liked the football games and Mr. Yetten's homeroom
periods . . leaves Pete his parking space . . . partners in
crime include Bob, Bittie, and Pete . . . Air Force comes after
Activities: Basketball 2, 3.
BEVERLY ANN TORRI Business
"Smile with an intent to do mischief."
This fun-loving Miss is headed for Mt. Ida next fall . . . after
that, popular Bev plans to be an airline hostess . . . someday,
a quiet life in the country would suit her liking . . . Her
buddies in mischief are Polly, Joan, and Bev.
Activities: Dramatic Club 3, 4; Art Staff of the Mirror 4; Art
Club 2; Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Christmas Assembly 3; Dance
Committee 3, 4.
WILLIAM TUCCERO College
"As merry as the day."
Personable and witty Tuch enjoyed being on the football
squad best at WHS, along with his chums, St. G, Tucker, Paul,
and Frank ... He leaves his new language to his English
teachers . . . future forecasts the U.S. Navy.
Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Home Room Legislature; Boys' Glee
SHIRLEY ANN TUCCIO Business
"A good heart is mostly gold."
Friendly Shirl liked extracurricular activities and all the kids at
WHS . . . friends include Jo, Loretta, Kay, Deanne . . . leaves
Miss Hogarty an all-boy class . . . plans to attend designing
school or be a private secretary.
Activities: Art Club; Girls' Sports; Graduation Usher; Mirror
Representative; Glee Club 4; Voting Campaign 3; Newspaper
Staff 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; PTA Usher 4.
JANET L. M. VACCARELLO
"Women are never at a loss for words."
Mischievous Jan favored the Cafeteria and assemblies at school
. . . leaves Miss Murray and Mrs. Slamin six new switchboard
operators . . . Stephie, Annie, Cathy, and Carol will be among
those wishing her well in her future plans to attend a Junior
Activities: Glee Club 4; Dramatic Club 4; Newspaper 3; Mirror
Business Staff 4; Switchboard Operator 4.
ANNETTE R. VISCIONE Home Economics
"Young ladies, think of this fair girl, and always dress aright."
Annie, well-known for her attire, liked Mr. Crawford's Glee
Club . . . leaves Mr. Dwyer some ready written compositions
. . . friends include Janet, Stephanie, and Jane . . . future
plans include college.
Activities: FHA 1; Glee Club 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Dramatic
Club 4; Switchboard Operator 4.
RAYMOND BRADBURY VITTUM College
"To be strong is to be happy."
Buddy, as he is known to the kids who include Joe, Nich, and
Bill, liked the lunches and girls best at WHS . . . leaves to
WHS a class of school lovers . . . ambition is to attend college.
Activities: Swim Team; Student Guide.
ELAINE V. WALENCIS
"A sign of wisdom is a continual cheerfulness."
The extracurricular activities rated tops with Elaine who hopes
to work in an insurance office and possibly attend business
school . . . wills Miss Hogarty her used shorthand notebooks
. . . chums include Carol and Pat.
Activities: National Honor Society 3, 4; Open House Usher
3, 4; Graduation Usher 3; Glee Club 4.
MILDRED JEAN WALLACE General
"A kind heart is a fountain of gladness."
Likeable AAilly thought the football games and her cooking class
rated tops . . . hopes to become a dental hygienist . . . com-
panions include Mary, Helen, Gail, and Lorraine.
Activities: Glee Club.
JAMES J. WALSH
"Sack of the workshop's clamor, the seeker may find the
Jimmie, known to his pals as "Walshie" plans to enter the
service after graduation. Leaves his apron to Jim. Good luck,
"Everything is sweetened by risks."
Easy-going Paula likes the lunch periods and the 2:30 bell
. . . after graduation she plans to continue with her schooling
. . . friends include Lois, Ginny, and Jean.
Activities: Glee Club.
RONALD WILLIAM WARDEN
"He must, he is, he cannot but be wise."
Likeable Ron can be seen bombing around town in his station
wagon with Bill, Dick, James, Bill and John . . . likes his
sunny homeroom with Mr. Yetten . . . future plans include
college and possibly a hitch in the Air Force.
Activities: Baseball 1, 2; Hockey 1, 2; Newspaper Staff 4;
PATRICIA ANN WARILA
"Kind in heart and hand."
Pat liked the extracurricular activities . . . plans to go to
business school . . . friends include Elaine, Karen, and Tina.
Activities: Glee Club 4; Open House Usher 4; Representative
at Woman's Club 4.
JOHN ARTHUR WAUGH Technical
"Cheerful and gay, he passes each day."
Jolly, likeable Jackie can be seen roaming the halls with
Frostie, Roy, Walt, and Wayne . . . hopes to make either Tufts
or Northeastern his alma mater. Tops with Jackie was Math
class with H. G. P. to whom he wills a wear-ever pen.
Activities: German Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Student Guide;
Sophomore Decorating Committee.
ROLF HEINZ WEBER
"He profits most who serves best."
Our popular exchange student from Switzerland, Rolf thought
the social activities at WHS were tops . . . hopes to attend
the College of Technologie, Zurich, to become an architect
and if the art work he has done for WHS is any indication he
will certainly be successful. Best of luck, Rolf!
Activities: Dramatic Club 4; Talent Show 4; Senior Play Cast 4;
Glee Club 4; Art Committee 4.
DONNA LEE WEDGE Business
"True artists are a rare, rare breed."
The assemblies, art classes, and friendly kids all rated tops with
Wedgie as she is known to her friends, Margy, Carolyn, Judy,
and Ann . . . leaves Miss Mooney a bank for her pennies
. . . future plans include becoming a commercial artist.
Activities: Art and Business Staff of Mirror; Dance Committee
2, 3, 4; Football Usher; Open House Usher; Voting Campaign
3; Art Club; Glee Club.
KAREN ANN WEEKS Business
"Doth nothing but talk of horses."
Karen hopes to attend business school in the future . . .
among her pals are Judy, Pat, Elaine, Dee, and Carolyn. Good
Activities: Glee Club; Christmas Program.
"Excellence does not remain alone, it is sure to attract
Any time something is going on you will probably find Lin
there, along with Jean, Neets, and Ande . . . liked the active
senior class and the raspberries best at WHS . . . leaves to
next year's seniors Mr. B's signature . . . ambition is to become
a medical secretary.
Activities: Bowling 2, 3; Class Rings 3; Junior Achievement 4;
Science Club 2; Senior Play 4; Talent Show 3, 4; Mirror
Business 4; Mirror Literary 4; Glee Club 4; Christmas Show
4; Business Manager; Talent Show 4; Dramatic Club 4; Polio
ROBERT SPURR WESTON College
"For he's a jolly good fellow."
Handsome, amiable Bob liked football . . . hopes to attend
college . . . leaves Mr. Yetten his shadeless window . . .
friends include Pat, Paul, Ed, and Mac.
Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Band; Student Guide 3; Rifle
Club 2, 4; Cafeteria Squad 2, 3.
EDMUND PAUL WIKER Technical
"He is not a chip off the old block, but the old block itself."
Popular Eddie, known to his football buddies as "Contact," has
college among his futpre plans. Football rated tops with him
and he wishes Mr. Zeno luck in the coming seasons. Partners in
crime include Archie, Mae, Tuck, Frank, and Larry.
Activities: National Honor Society 3, 4; Usher 3, 4; Football
1, 2, 3, 4; Vice President of Junior Class
PRISCILLA M. WONG Business
"It matters not what you are thought to be, but what you are."
Cilia's ambition is to be an office worker . . . liked the great
art room best at WHS . . . leaves Miss Johnson a simplified
law book . . . friends include Frances and Mary.
Activities: Red Cross Representative; Junior Prom Committee.
NANCY RUTH WOODMAN
"For what her heart thinks, her tongue speaks."
Nan's buddies include Joanne, Janie, Judy, and Carol . . . one
of the hockey cheerleaders. Nan hopes to be a commercial
Activities: Glee Club 4; Mirror Art Staff 4; Senior Play Com-
mittee 4; Hockey Cheerleader 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Art
Club 2, 3; Football Usher 3; Library Staff 3; Dramatic Club 4;
Junior Prom Committee 3; Christmas Show 3; Dance Decoration
Committee 2, 3.
WILLIAM ALBERT WORRALL Technical
"Modesf, learned, capable; all things that set well upon a man."
The kids and Mr. Yetten's homeroom were tops on Bill's list
. . . future affords engineering school and then a uniform
. . . leaves 121 a set of window shades so the kids won't get
sunburned. Chums are Bill, Dick, Bill, and Ronnie.
Activities: Senior Play Committee; German Club; Christmas
Program; Usher; Newspaper Staff; National Honor Society.
JUDITH ELAINE WORTHINGTON College
"/ hold that a faithful friend is best."
Friendly Judy liked the "three" lunches best . . . could usually
be seen riding around in the "Stude" with her friends, Andy,
Nancy, and Brenda . . . leaves Mr. O'Brien a movie contract
. . . hopes to attend the University of Rhode Island.
Activities: Exchange Day Committee 2, 3, 4; Red Cross Repre-
sentative 3; Glee Club 4; Art Staff of Mirror 4; Christmas
"A wise man never refuses anything to necessity"
English rated tops with Stan who plans to go into the dairy
leaves the 200 pencils that he lost
iclude Dick, Ken, and Ed. Best of luck in the future, Stan!
STEPHANIE C. ZAMPITELLA
"Laughter without a tinge of philosophy is but a sneeze of
Fun-loving Steph enjoyed football games and rallies. To own
a '58 Lincoln and do office work is her ambition . . . friends
include Annette, Janet, and Barbara.
Activities: Art Club; Attendance 210; FHA Club; Class Treasurer;
Glee Club 4.
CAROL ANN ZOEHLER Business
"When you have a mind to laugh, laugh."
Petite Carol liked the football rallies, basketball games, and
the "kids" at WHS. Cal, known to her friends Bev, Pat, and
DeDe, leaves Mr. Husson a Sputnik-burger . . . future plans
include being an airline hostess.
Activities: Voting Campaign.
MICHAEL J. ALBANESE
"Hear, know and say."
Mike liked the new school and equipment best at Trade . . .
plans to continue working at his present job . . . friends are
Pete, Joe, Mo, and Fuzz.
Activities: Basketball; Football.
FRANCIS ANTHONY BIBBO
"Wit makes its own welcome."
The new gym and shop rated tops with Bib who leaves his
notebooks to Vin . . . liked all the kids in his class . . .
ambition is to marry a plumber's daughter.
RAYMOND JOSEPH CORMIER
"There is no better sign of a brave mind than a hard hand."
Ray liked vacation . . . hopes to join the service after gradua-
tion . . . buddies include all the kids in the Senior Class . . .
leaves his history and science notes to the on-coming seniors.
JAMES THOMAS COOMBS Printing
"Take all the swift advantage of the hour."
Coombsy, as he is known to his printer friends, liked the feel-
ing of going to a school without the fear of it caving in . . .
leaves Jim his printer's ruler . . . ambition is to own a
printing shop. Good Luck!
ROBERTA DEFLORIO Business
"Understanding is the wealth of wealths."
Bobby has her feet on the ground, but not for long . . .
hopes to be an airline hostess . . . liked the shows best at
WHS . . . friends include Betta, Marsha, Millie, and Carol.
Activities: Glee Club 4; Christmas Show 4; Talent Show 4.
ROBERT WILLIAM DORIA Machine
"A day for toil, an hour for sport."
Bob hopes to marry a rich widow . . . liked the new school
. . . leaves his seat to incoming seniors . . . had no enemies,
friendly with all.
Activities: Baseball; Basketball; Vice President of Senior Class.
JUDITH E. FOSTER Business
"Eager to please."
Lady-like Judie plans to become a private secretary for some
lucky boss. She liked rallies, parties and the Junior and Senior
Proms. Her many friends include Pat, Andy, Faye, and
Activities: Voting Campaign 3; Art Club 2; Girls' Sports.
PETER R. HART
"Let each man do his best."
Pete liked the 2:30 bell best at WHS . . . leaves his seat
in the cafe to incoming seniors . . . liked everyone . . .
future plans include serving Uncle Sam.
Activities: Basketball; Baseball; Football.
MARGARET ROSE McFARLAND
"Poetry comes fine spun from a mind at peace."
Friendly Rose liked the nice kids at WHS . . . hopes to enter
the field of commercial art
Activities: Girls' Glee Club.
chums with Lillian, Maureen,
EDWARD MATHEW MORVILLO Auto Mechanics
"Life is too short to waste."
Mo, as called by his friends Mike and Pete, liked the new
school . . . leaves Pete in charge of the tool room . . .
hopes to be a mechanic after graduation.
LORRAINE PELLETIER General
"Life's a little thing."
Pelly leaves Miss Devane a dictionary full of ing words . . .
liked first lunch ... all the kids rated tops with her ... in-
tends to work after graduation . . . pals are Joanne, Judy,
Claire, and Millie. Good Luck!
FELIX JOSEPH PITTORINO
"Boots, saddle, to horse and away."
Social minded Phil liked home room periods ... his buddies
in crime are Bob, Tony, Pete, Ken, Ed, and Art . . . future
plans are to go into business with his father.
ARTHUR JAMES ROUSSEAU
"/ looked at your work and called it good."
Popular Archie leaves his seat in the cafeteria to future stu-
dents of the Trade School . . . likes the new school and the
teachers. His friends are Mike, Nick and Ed.
Activities: President of the Senior Class; Student Govern-
RICHARD EDWARD SHEA Machine
"Be he poor or rich, he be great."
Popular Dick plans to be an aviation technician . . . can usually
be seen with Mike, Nick, Bob, and Archie.
Activities: Secretary of Senior Class.
KENNETH WALTER STEVENS, JR.
"Live and let live."
Easy-going Steve liked the rallies best at WHS . . . friends
include Herb, Paul, and Russ ... his future plans include
becoming a commercial artist. Good luck, Steve.
THOMAS RICHARD TARANTO
"A mighty man is he with large and sinewy arms."
Tucker, one of the co-captains of our great football team
hopes to attend college in the future . . . leaves Mr. Yetten
the quietness in Room 121 ... assemblies and football
games were tops with Tuck who could always be found
in his favorite hangout, Mr. Zeno's office, with buddies St.
G., Tuck, Paul, and Ed.
Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Basketball 2; Glee
Club 4; Christmas Show 4.
"Behold his eyes, as bright as is the eagles."
Jimmie, our good-looking transfer from St. Mary's, liked lunch
and math periods best at WHS . . . plans to become a
soldier for Uncle Sam . . . pals include Joe, Tom, Bill, and
Earl. Best of luck!
ROBERT BATTISTI Trade
"There's a place and means for every man alive."
Bob plans to go into the Navy and study diesels . . . liked
everything about the new building . . . chums with Mike and
Activities: Football, Baseball.
Busy Jim liked the 2:30 bell at WHS . . . leaves Mr. May Joe
Friday's assistance for locating missing students . . . among
his friends are Paul, Jim, and Tom . . . future plans include
serving Uncle Sam.
Nick plans to join the service and then work as a machinist
. . . could usually be seen with Mike and Bob. Best of luck!
DONALD BEAUREGARD Trade
Don is a future sailor . . . liked all the teachers . . . wills his
science and math problems to the underclassmen.
ROBERT BUCKLEY Trade
The new machines rated tops with good-looking Buck . . .
could usually be seen with Ed, Jim, Bob, and Paul . . .
hopes to attend Washington Tech to study offset printing.
Lots of luck, Buck!
Bob liked the big, clean new school and hopes future classes
will apreciate it, too . . . likes all sports to do with water
. . . Good luck, Bob!
RODNEY DEVANY Trade
Rod, sometimes called Douser, liked the new school . . .
leaves apron and tools to the sophomores . . . Pals with the
boys in the print shop . . . hopes to work as a compositor.
ROBERT ELLIS General
Bob hopes to make the Nevy his career . . . cohorts include
Sam, Bob, and Ed. Good luck, Bob!
JAMES GLENFIELD Technical
"Confucious" say he like the heat in the morning . . . leaves
the underclassmen a longer lunch period . . . cohorts include
Ronnie and Jimmie . . . hopes to be enrolled in Lowell Tech
Activities: Rifle Club; Dance Committee.
MARSHA CAIN Home Economics
Neat Marsha liked the middle periods Glee Club best at WHS
. . . can usually be seen with Roberta, Trudy, Betts, and Rita
. . . plans to be an airline stewardess.
Activities: Glee Club.
EDWARD CARMEL Trade
Jim hopes to attend the New England College of Pharmacy
. . . leaves a cue and some dustless chalk to Mr. O'Brien . . .
friend are DeeDee, John, Tom, and Mickie.
Activities: Maroon Squad; Dance Committee; Decorating Com-
WALLACE DARLING General
Wally liked the Driver-Ed cars and teachers . . . leaves Mrs.
Dunbrack two full-time board workers to keep her black-
boards clean . . . friends include Bill, John, and Frank . . .
Navy is next for him.
JOHN GRAY General
LAWRENCE GRENIER General
Larry waited anxiously for those vacations . . . friends include
Jack, Jim, George, and Ed. Good luck!
WILLIAM HAYES Trade
JAMES JULIEN Technical
Jim was another enthusiast of our 2:30 bell . . . leaves Mr.
Avery a litter of little "Cockers" . . . hopes to attend some
college . . . cohorts include Vin, John, John, and Fred . . .
Best of luck!
GERTRUDE KELLY Home Economics
Trudy liked working in the cafe best at WHS . . . usually seen
with Dottie, Lee, and Marcia . . . plans to be an airline
Activities: Glee Club; Switchboard Operator; Red Cross Repre-
GEORGE MELDONIAN College
NORMAN LEBLANC General
Norm plans to join the Navy followed by being a mechanic.
Leaves Mr. May a Sports Car to drive around school. Thinks
everyone is tops.
Activities: Rifle Club.
Good-looking Roger liked everything about WHS. Room 15
was his special attraction . . . plans to attend college to
broaden his knowledge in business.
EDWARD W. LEE
Ed liked working with the linotype machine . . . chums were
Rod, Cormel, Lee, and Rousseau . . . hopes to attend another
school and then be a cameraman.
To be a game warden or professional hunter is the ambition
of Buck who liked the paved parking lot ... a few of his
friends are Joe, Louie, Richie, and Chuck.
Good-looking Roger liked the big carpentry shop in the new
school . . . friends include the whole Senior Class . . . hopes
to be a carpenter and maybe teach the trade.
JAMES MacCULLION General
Johnny wants to join the Army and then become a com-
mercial artist . . . leaves Bob a Mohican haircut.
LAURI MONDENE General
Sonny's future plans include the service . . . friends are
Norm, Roger, and Roy. Good luck, Sonny!
GEORGE MUISE General
George, who can usually be seen with Jim and Bob, hopes
to attend Wentworth Institute.
Activities: Maroon Squad; Red Cross Representative.
JOSEPH O'HARA General
Popular "Mutt" liked the rallies, assemblies, and movies . . .
leaves Mrs. Dunbrach a quiet room . . . among his many
friends are Fred, Joe, and Jackie . . . hopes to serve Uncle
Activities: Basketball 2, 3; Baseball 2, 3; Football 2, 3, 4.
WILLIAM H. PENNEY Business
Herb hopes to become a second Bob Collins . . . wills Miss
Tehaney a new red pencil . . . liked our large parking lot
as did his friends Impy, Buster, and Frank.
RALPH E. PRIEST
This future machinist plans to join the service
include Dave, Place, and Paul.
JOHN V. MacDONALD
Known as "Mac" to his friends Matt, Red, and David . . .
leaves Miss Devane a new vocal chord . . . plans to enter
HAROLD F. MacLELLAN
"Howie" liked classes with Mr. O'Brien . . . friends are
Eugene, Ed, and Steve . . . hopes to enter the service.
Activities: JV Basketball.
A future Navy man, Bob liked the hot lunches and the parking
lot . . . leaves Pete his sneakers . . . Friends are Bob, "Pete,
JAMES MARTIN General
JAMES F. MAZZONE General
Known as Sonny to his friends Laurie, Norm, and Stan, plans
to join the armed forces . . . leaves WHS a pencil sharpener.
The friendly atmosphere rated tops with Jack whose ambition
is to study Theology. Good luck, John!
THOMAS RUSSO Technical
"Tom Sawyer" as he is known to his friends Matt, Herb, and
Mickey, hopes to join the Army . . . leaves his desk to Paul.
Activities: Rifle Club.
"Sam" liked shop days . . . leaves his apron to Sal . . .
plans to enter the Navy or do construction work . . . friends
are Roy, Jimmie and Church.
EUGENE SPENCER General
"Bitty" liked studies and lunches . . . friends include Howie,
Paul, and Bill . . . plans to join the service.
JOHN TOBIN Trade
Known to his friends Mike, Nick, and Dick as "Muscles" . . .
leaves the hot lunches to the Juniors . . . future plans are
Activities: Baseball, Basketball, Football.
Dave liked the lunches best
counting college. Good luck!
hopes to attend an ac-
CHARLES URSO General
Charlie liked the sunny atmosphere in our shadeless rooms
. . . leaves all the A's he never got to his teachers . . . future
plans are indefinite but we are sure that whatever he at-
tempts will be a huge success.
CLASS HISTORY - 1958
As bright and colorful as the autumn foliage were the different members of our
class as they stepped through the open portals of our future Alma Mater, Waltham
Senior High School. After several weeks of groping in the labyrinth of corridors,
our uneasiness was lightened when we were accepted as part of the school by our
upperclassmen, who honored us at the Sophomore Get-Acquainted Dance.
Our football team had quite a successful year in 1955, with five wins and two
losses. The Sophomore Class was represented by ten promising players.
Having become better acquainted with our fellow students, we then chose those
who we considered would direct us more capably through our first year at W.H.S.
Elected were Lawrence Schmitt, president; Eleanor Ohnemus, with Carol Failla, and
Sussanne Mclvor, vice president, secretary, and treasurer respectively.
April showered fame upon our Richard McElhiney and Virginia Hills, who played
feature roles in the Dramatic Club play, A/lore Than Meets the Eye, under the di-
rection of Mr. Richard Dwyer of the English Department.
Climaxing our opening year at W.H.S. was the Sophomore Hop.
Embarking upon our junior year at W.H.S., our main objective now was to elect
class officers. At the conclusion of a spirited campaign, the ballots were cast and
counted in favor of a second term for Lawrence Schmitt as president, ably assisted
by Edmund Wiker, Carol Failla, and Jane Neville as vice president, secretary, and
Our predominantly Junior Class football team, co-captained by our own Tom
Taranto, won five of its nine games in 1 956.
Prominent members of our class were recipients of various merit awards during
our junior year. Eleanor Ohnemus and Frances Cotton were first prize winners in
the Kingsbury Temperance Fund Essay Contest. For his scholastic record, William
Meserve received the coveted Harvard Book award presented yearly to a worthy
junior. Virginia Hills was selected as a delegate to Girls' State and also as a repre-
sentative to the Red Cross Convention in Andover. The National Honor Society,
significant of laudable service, leadership, citizenship, and scholarship, willingly
accepted eighteen of our fellow classmates. William Meserve and Arnold Rosen-
feld were chosen by the American Field Service to represent our city and high
school in Greece and France during the summer of 1957.
Lois Emerson and Jane Mulcahy were chosen by the Executive Council to be the
junior cheerleaders for the hockey team. "Rocky" Daigle, John McDevitt, Herb
Gallagher, John Krol, Norm Marshall, Burt Mullen, Eddie Ryan, Fred Durkin, and
Larry Schmitt were our representatives on the hockey squad.
Mr. Joseph Hall directed Salad Days, the Dramatics Club play, featuring Gail
Andersen, Carolyn Krosnick, and Roberta Rose.
The basketball team, the first since 1950 to participate in the Tech Tourney,
was greatly strengthened by the junior delegation consisting of Steve Ballas, Jim
Dennis, Bob Lazarus, Bill Stern, Bill Meserve, and Arnie Rosenfeld. Steve broke
the all-time Waltham High scoring record for a single season by scoring 443 points.
The gala event of our second year at W.H.S. was the Junior Prom. Under the
chairmanship of Arnold Rosenfeld, the gym was transformed into a dreamy "Fan-
tasia" on the cold night of February 1 5, 1 957.
After two years of drudgery and toil, laughter and reward, we looked forward
to our senior year with an enthusiasm which none of the one hundred and eight
graduating classes before us had experienced. We moved to the new school on
Lexington Street. One unfortunate circumstance arose in the new building; we
were as lost in the maze of corridors as were our underclassmen.
Our first official act as seniors was to elect the Student Council officers. Vic-
torious were William Meserve, president; William Stern, boys' vice president;
Eleanor Ohnemus, girls' vice president; and Gail Hamilton, secretary-treasurer.
Immediately following this, the election for class officers was conducted. Joseph
Craig became president, assisted by Elizabeth Porretta, Margaret Carruthers, and
Stephanie Zampitella as vice president, treasurer, and secretary respectively.
Jane Neville and Roberta Rose were appointed as co-editors-in-chief of the
1957-58 This Week at Waltham High column, and Burt Mullen was appointed
editor-in-chief of the 1 958 Mirror by Mr. Sheehy, our headmaster.
Led by captains Jim Falzone, Tom Taranto and Ed Wiker, we had a very suc-
cessful football season, winning six games, tying one, and losing one. Climaxing
the season, Paul Connolly was chosen to be on the All-American Schoolboy foot-
ball team. Cheering our eleven to victory were Gail Hamilton, captain, Gail An-
dersen, Virginia Hills, Eleanor Ohnimus, and Esther Peel.
The weeks preceding the awe-inspiring Senior Class Play, The Bat, had enveloped
Waltham High School in an air of mystery. Under the faculty direction of Mr.
Gerard Belliveau, Peggy Durkee, Jean Ewalt, and Burt Mullen in the starring role
helped to make the show an overwhelming success.
Co-captained by Steve Ballas and Jim Dennis, the basketball team compiled a
commendable record of eleven victories out of seventeen games, defeating New-
ton twice and gaining third place in the Suburban League standings. Steve Ballas
broke the individual scoring record by tallying 32 points in a single game "at
Larry Schmitt captained our hockey team throughout a good season, featured
by victories over B.C. High and Watertown. Seniors were elected to the faithful
cheering squad. They were Joanne Fahey, Patricia Ferro, Judith Kelley, and
William Meserve attended the annual Brotherhood Breakfast of the Jewish
War Veterans at the Sheraton-Plaza Hotel in Boston. The faculty and student body
elected Jane Neville as recipient of the Daughters of the American Revolution
Award. William Stern's essay on / Speak for Democracy ranked fourth highest in
the state among 5300 entries. LeRoy Prophet was chairman of the Exchange
Day Committee. LeRoy and his committee visited Norton High on March 3, and
Norton High came here on March 13. Carol Failla and Judith Kelly were our
candidates for the March of Dimes Queen.
The Senior Prom on the evening of May 23 was a beautiful finale to three
wonderful years at W.H.S., and graduation has come too soon after all our work
and pleasure. This period of time has been the most rewarding and beneficial
era of our lives. Here we have formed lasting friendships. We sincerely appreciate
the efforts of Mr. Sheehy and the faculty on our behalf. As we receive our
diplomas, we feel that we have left a noble and worthy record to succeeding
classes. Now the doors of Waltham High School close behind us, and we can
only say that as we go out into the world we wish our Alma Mater continued
progress and success throughout the years.
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CLASS WILL - 7 958
It is with unaccustomed trepidation and a somewhat unexpected melancholy
that we, the Senior Class, terminate our high school career and depart, laden with
happy memories of our stay at Waltham High School. While in this reflective and
gift-giving mood, we, the Class of 1958, do hereby make, publish, and declare
this our last will and testament, making no mention of our mental state and
Because of non-payment of our just debts and the deep scar left upon our
conscience, we leave in part payment these, our last earthly possessions.
To Mr. Sheehy 347 thank-you notes expressing our sincere appreciation for his
patience and aid in piloting us through these three wonderful years.
To Mr. May, we leave a "little blue man" to run around and get the attention
of the students for the reading of the daily announcements.
To Mr. Hood, we bequeath a room wall-papered with portraits of old Samuel
Johnson and enchanting Eustacia Vye.
To Mr. Morang, a set of ever-lighted Bunsen burners for the benefit of his few
fearful female students.
We leave to Miss Flagg our gratitude for the excellent guidance and advice
that she has so willingly given us throughout our high school careers.
To Mrs. Keenan we leave a galley of sophomore slaves to serve "the purpled
ones" at her coming Saturnalian festivals.
To Mr. Perkins we leave a jet-propelled ejection seat to facilitate his escape from
reckless Driver Road students.
To Mrs. Goldings, we bequeath another "Alan" who will be sure to call her by
her correct name.
To our efficient office secretaries, Miss Murray and Mrs. Slaman, leave Wolley
Segap to answer their ever-ringing telephones.
To Mr. Belliveau, we leave a new crew of anxious intellectuals who will hang
on his every word, whether it be in Latin, Greek, French, or Spanish.
A Pick the Sick machine to single out the hypochrondriacs from the truly stricken
is our present to Miss Coughlin, our ever-ready nurse.
Our present to Miss Bliss is a treasured old Kentucky recipe for submarine
A self-dissecting Python rock snake named Smiley is our gift to Mr. Eames.
Smiley should be a time-saving addition to any biology laboratory.
To Mr. Zeno and Mr. O'Brien we leave eleven ferocious red and white wildcats.
To Miss Daily, we leave a book entitled How to Cope with Eccentric Newspaper
To the Junior Class, we leave the incoming neophytes, next year's sophomores,
to do with as they will.
To the sophomores we leave the memory of a model class, the Class of 1958.
As Co-Executors of this will and testament we appoint Miss Frost, Mrs. Dun-
brack, and Mr. Neylon.
In Witness Whereof we have hereunto set our hand this eleventh day of June
in the year of Our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and fifty-eight.
Jane Neville assisted by
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CLASS PROPHECY — 1 958
Fernleaf J. Fabian, calling headquarters— come in,
come in! I wish to report on the strangest event that
has ever occurred during my lifetime! Last night, while
reading through the latest governmental report on
space travel, I began to feel a strange whirling sensa-
tion. A fog-like darkness gradually crept over me, and
I found myself suddenly in what appeared to be a
world of the future. Anxious to discover what had
happened to me, I made a frantic dash to the News-
Tribune office. I whizzed around the corner of Pine
Street and stopped dead in my tracks. There stood a
dazzling, dome-shaped building topped by an enorm-
ous sign, The St. Germaine Sun. A great cheering
crowd was swarming around the steps of the build-
ing, and newspapers were flying in wild abandon. I
managed to grab a paper, and, turning to the front
page, I read "JOE O'HARA ELECTED MAYOR OF
WALTHAM." The paper was dated November 23, 1980.
That was the key, but a strange feeling seemed to com-
pel me to try to learn more about this world of the
future. The first thing to do was to hail a taxi. Sud-
denly, as if my thoughts had been intercepted, a
blimp-shaped object, bearing the sign "Fred Durkin's
Dynamo Drive," screeched to a stop at my feet. "Bos-
ton!" I ordered, as we blasted off in a cloud of dust. In
minutes we pulled up before the spectacular Colborne
Clinic, which my driver, Vincent D'Amicus, informed
me had been built and designed by the Ardenti
AAorini and Andrews Construction Company. As I ap-
proached this imposing building, I noticed a small plac-
ard which had been cemented into the cornerstone.
Whipping out my trusty magnifying glass, I peered at
the inscription, which read, "Chief Surgeon— Dr. Joseph
Craig, Head of Department of Dentistry— Dr. Gail Freed-
man; Co-Chiefs of Research— Richard Carter and Nor-
mand Brigandi; Staff Secretaries— Betty Poretta and
Audrey Hemphill." Realizing that my time in this new
world would probably be very short, I decided not
to stop here but to go on. My "taxi" had disappeared,
but I was lucky enough to spot Virginia Connelly in
her supersonic Vedsel and to persuade her to drive me
to the nearest space-sport. On the way, she informed
me that our former exchange student, Rolf Weber, had
just been awarded the Nobel Prize for his great re-
search in the field of Technology, and that he and John
Waugh were developing plans for a research center
at the South Pole. We finally arrived at the Mazzone-
MacLellan Space-port, where I had time for only a
brief "so long." Overwhelmed with enthusiasm, I
bombed up to the reservation desk and asked Pat
Girard for a seat on the earliest flight to New York.
When I learned that I was to fly in a rocket, I was
rather dubious. My fears were allayed, however, upon
discovering that Midge Carruthers, famed aviatress,
was to be the pilot, and Carol Zoeler and Claire Con-
rad the stewardesses. When I boarded the "Schonfus
980," developed and perfected by the great scientific
team of James Andrada and Raymond Richard, I was
greeted by Roberta Rose, famed world traveler. I also
bumped into Stanley Lowell, noted safari leader and
professional hunter, who was on his way to Africa
to search for the Connerney Expedition, which had
disappeared six months ago. The trip was indeed a
swift one, and I soon found myself in the great me-
tropolis of the world, New York City. Before leaving
the Space Terminal, I picked up a Hamilton Gazette
and read of the latest diplomatic ball given by that
brilliant social light, Eleanor Ohnemus, in honor of His
Distinguished Majesty, Arnold Rosenfeld, who had re-
cently returned from Saudi Arabia. Flipping to the
sports page, I read that Steve Ballas had just been
awarded a fifty thousand dollar bonus by the Celtics
for scoring one hundred and fifty points in their big-
gest game, and that Matthew Rutkowski had just re-
turned to the United States after swimming the English
Channel, blindfolded. Thinking that it would be best
to outfit myself in the latest style, I headed for Macy's,
hoping to pick up a few bargains. As I strolled through
this maze of merchandise, I noticed a flurry of excite-
ment in the general direction of the Fashion Depart-
ment. This could only mean a fashion show, and, be-
ing an inquisitive male, I joined in with the crowd to
watch the proceedings. Well, you can imagine my
surprise when I saw that the commentator was none
other than Marie Connelly. She was in the process of
describing one of the latest items in the fabulous Mary
Clare collection, which was being modelled by Diane
Bari. Anxious to get on with my shopping, I headed
for the Men's Department. In my great rush, I nearly
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collided with Nancy Woodman and Joan Dickson, who
were directing the placement of the masterpieces for
their forthcoming art exhibition. I finally reached the
Men's Department, and after outfitting myself from
head to toe in the latest fashions, I headed back to
the Space Terminal eager to go to Washington to see
how the years had affected the old Capital. As I dis-
embarked from the Campbell Comet at Washington
Terminal, I recognized Ken Burgess and Dave Berg-
lund, my old buddies from W.H.S., just climbing into
the latest development in motor vehicles, the Ryan
Radar Rider. When I hailed them and found that they
were headed for the same place as I, I asked them
for a lift. In a matter of minutes we glided up in
front of the newly-organized Septagon. Dave informed
me that the plans for reorganization had been de-
veloped by that great lawyer, diplomat, and politician.
William Meserve, and that the staff of the Septagon
was under the direction of Admiral James A. Dennis
and Major General Robert Ellis. Their new Joint Chiefs
of Staff consisted of General Edward Range, Chair-
man; Admiral Vincent Flynn, Chief of Naval Opera-
tions; General Steven Walton, Commandant of the
Marine Corps; General Romeo Cardillo, Air Force Chief
of Staff; and General James White, Chief of Staff of
the Army. I was ushered into the office of the Secre-
tary to the Assistant Secretary of the Head of the
Missiles Development Program, Stephanie Zampitella,
where I was given a roll of red tape. After I had
snipped away for a while, Stephanie told me that I
would be taken on a tour through the Septagon. My
guide was Larry Grenier, an ex-traveling salesman who
turned guide in order to save shoe leather. Our first
stop was the office of the Head of the Foreign Rela-
tions Department, William Stern. Bill was busy dic-
tating his speech, "I Speak for Democracy," to his
secretary, Judy Foster. Deciding not to interrupt Bill,
we continued on to the Department of Agricultural
Research, headed by Peter Mabie. Peter was in con-
ference with the renowned agriculturist, Robert St.
Germaine, and the expert on dairy development, Stan-
ley Youngquist, so we were unable to speak to him.
Since we were not having too much luck in getting
to see these internationally known figures, we de-
cided to make one last stop at the newest department
in the Septagon— The Department of Social Work. The
situation, however, had not changed, for we found
that the head of the department, Jane Mulcahy, was
delivering a lecture on the latest developments in teach-
ing to members of her staff, Natalie Peterson, Nancy
Boudrot, Patricia Cole, Sue Mclvor, Francis Cotton, and
Nancy Putnam. Not wanting to waste any more time,
I thanked my guide for his trouble and wound my
way out of the Septagon and back to the terminal. It
was there that I ran into Charles Murphy, who was
about to take off for Florida in his private plane. He of-
fered to take me along, so we boarded the plane and
set out for the land of sunshine. We arrived in Miami
early that evening and decided to attend the premier
performance of "Pal Eddy" at the fabulous Collagan
Cabana owned by the heiress, Sheila Collagan. The
show, written and directed by that great team of
D'Angio and Donnelly, and starring the queen of
musical comedy, Ginja Hills, and the king of stage and
screen, Bobby Brown, was a smashing success! The hair
styling, done by Lea Brown, and the sets, designed by
Janet Dillon and Donna Wedge, also helped in making
this spectacular production the best that had ever
played in the history of the Collagan Cabana. That
night, we stayed at the glorious Anderson Arms, the
tourist paradise, newly opened by Gail Andersen, head
of Miami's tourist council.
The next morning, as I dashed down to the lobby
to pay my bill, I had a head on collision with that
noted novelist, Jane P. Neville. Jane had stopped off
at Miami with her staff of secretaries, Shirley Tuccio,
Mary Farrell, Pat Barnicle, and Claudette Belliveau, be-
fore leaving for New Orleans, to cover the arrival of
the first space ship from Mars.
Spaceship from Mars! Ah . . . that sounded excit-
ing! So, true to my snoopy nature, I decided to head
immediately for the bayou country. I phoned for an
"Antonuccio Atomic Auto," sped to the McPhee Mis-
sile Base, boarded the newest missile, built by the
David DeWolf Dynamo Company, and blasted off for
Louisiana. I reached my destination with plenty of time
to spare, and after a few phone calls, had hired ace
photographer William Penney and famous speed
stenographer, Loretta Googins, to assist me in record-
ing this world-shattering event— the visit from Martians.
As we approached downtown New Orleans, my team
and I noticed many famous personalities standing
about, also awaiting the arrival of the space ship.
Among these outstanding people were Barbara Lawler,
first Waltham woman ever to hold the office of Secre-
tary of the Treasury, and Ruth-Linda Weiner, known
as the Madame Curie of the modern medical world.
We also spotted the famous woman lieutenant-com-
mander of the Navy, Priscilla Morrow, who was chat-
ting with the head of the Navy's Spaceship Develop-
ment Program, Commodore Robert Mancuso. The space-
ship was due in five minutes; suddenly an overwhelm-
ing power seemed to say to me, "Go West, young
man! Go West!" Following the strange command, I
rushed to the nearest spaceport, only to find that, be-
cause of the awaited arrival of the space ship, all
flights had been cancelled. My only other alternative
was to go by water, since all land transportation had
also been cancelled. I arrived at the seaport just as
a supersonic sub was being loaded. After purchasing
a ticket from Claire Conrad, I boarded the sub and
started off through the watery depths to a destination
unknown. By talking to the captain, Edward Allen,
and one of the crew members, Donald Lucas, I learned
that our first stop-off would be Galveston. I decided
that that was far enough west for me and prepared
to disembark. We soon submerged and headed for
port. It was great to breathe fresh air again, and even
better to see an old buddy from school days, Tom
AAcGann. He had just bought the latest in travel, the
SpencerCycle, a high powered motorcycle, built by
the Eugene Spencer Speed Company, and, as he was
more than anxious to show it off, I persuaded him to
whip me off to Dallas. The ride was exciting, but a
little too much for my tired old bones, and the feel of
solid ground beneath my feet was wonderful. I bade
my speed demon friend farewell and headed for that
famous eating place, the Lanctot Lasso, owned by the
king of the cowboys, George Lanctot. After ordering
a rare, five inch thick steak, the specialty of the great
cook, Wallace Darling, I settled back to look at the
acres of oil wells which dotted the landscape. My
musing was interrupted by the conversation of two
young women behind me. They were excitedly talking
about that new oil tycoon in town, Red Lazarus. My
that name rings a bell! Good old Red! Hadn't seen
him since he was starring for Mr. Quinn's great '58
team. I was so excited over the prospect of encoun-
tering an old pal that I left without eating my five-
dollar steak. I soon obtained directions to Red's ranch,
the "Lazy L," and was on my way in no time at all.
As I drove up to the "Lazy L," Red's foreman, tough
Tom Buonomo, came charging up on his midnight
black stallion. I explained that I was an old friend,
so Tom led me to Red's office. As we entered, Red
was dictating to his secretary, Frances Affleck, the
latest returns from his oilwells, and Ken MacNeill, top
stockbroker in Texas, was busy recording the rises in
the cattle market. Just then, another secretary, Diane
Bennett, came in to announce the arrival of Ernest Beer,
who was to audit Mr. Lazarus's books. I finally realized
that trying to get to chat with Red was a hopeless case,
so I left and went back to Dallas. It was there that I
caught a rocket to San Francisco. After a very brief
but pleasant flight we landed at the terminal in down-
town San Francisco. During my travels, I had heard
quite a bit about the new Smog Research Center, un-
der the direction of chief pharmacists Paul Farrell and
James Conners. The Department of Dental Health was
headed by Mildred Wallace, famed D.M.D. and her as-
sistant, Carolyn Howe. The Department of Lung Re-
search was under the direction of Dr. Patricia Ferro,
M.D. and Ph.D., whose assistants, Helen Grimes and
Mary Scalia had just completed a prize winning re-
port on this phase of smog research. I was unable to
visit the center, however, because the smog was so
thick that the research had to be discontinued for that
My trip had been wonderful and exciting, but I was
anxious to get back to Waltham, so I made reserva-
tions on the next cross-country jet flight. At the Space
Port I met Virginia Orpin, who was headed for Boston
to make her dancing debut at the Carruthers Carnival,
which was to open there in a few weeks. Traveling
with us was the U.S. Efficiency Staff, Mary Giugno,
Tina Spagnuolo, Judy Doria, and Judy Hepler, who
had just returned from Japan and China where they
had studied the economic systems of these countries.
We all cheered with joy when the stewardess, Marsha
Cain, announced that we would soon be landing at
the Mazzone-MacLellan Space Port. Minutes later, we
were on the ground, and I headed for a phone booth
to call a taxi. The operator, Joyce Spooner, connected
me with Fred Durkin's Dynamo Drive, and I was soon
speeding back toward Waltham. I wearily climbed the
stairs to my apartment, unlocked my door, sank into
the comfortable old easy chair, and with a deep sigh,
slipped off to sleep. Suddenly, I awoke with a start.
It seemed as if I had been in a deep trance, but as I
looked about, I saw that everything had returned to
normal. The magazine was still lying in my lap,
opened to the governmental report on space travel.
Wow, that really was quite a dream!! . . . or . . . was
it a dream???
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PAUL CONNOLLY, center on
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All-American High School and Prep Team.
Hit 'em high and hit 'em low.
Watertown 0-3 1-0
Norwood 1-4 1-0
Framingham 0-1 1-2
Needham 2-6 1-1
Wellesley 2-1 2-3
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DRAMATIC CLUB OFFICERS
LEFT TO RIGHT: Rolf Weber, Andrea Jackson, Jean Ewalt, Nancy Juskin, Roberta Rose, Paolo Ardenti
Morini, George Anderson. FRONT: Virginia Hills.
HAMMING IT UP!
SEATED: Jane Neville. STANDING: An-
drea Jackson, Roberta Rose, and The-
SEATED: Jane MacDonald, John Waugh,
Anita D'Angio. STANDING: Jean
Ewalt, Richard Carter, Theresa Castel-
lana. NOT PICTURED: LeRoy Prophet,
SEATED: A. Schaufus, R. Ramsey, T.
Chiarelli. STANDING: J. Garrahan, A.
Prior, A. Cotoni.
FRONT: Carol Failla, Jane Neville, Ro-
berta Rose, Eleanor Ohnemus. BACK:
Gail Hamilton, Joan Patten, William
Meserve, Peggy Durkee, Arnold Ros-
MIRROR BUSINESS STAFF
SEATED: N. Granachelli, J. MacDonald,
N. Boudrot, M. Connolly, L. Emerson,
S. Barclay, AA. Gile, C. Howe, S. Pear-
son. STANDING: B. Colborne, J. Doria,
D. AAcElhiney, D. Wedge, B. Lavash, AA.
Aucoin, J. Wilson, E. Brownell, L.
Beaton, L. Weiner, S. Cole.
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FRONT ROW: Joan Dickson, Nancy
Woodman, Beverly Torri, Anne Forest,
AAary Clare, Donna Wedge. BACK
ROW: Jack Holland, Edmund Curley,
Robert Nazar, Louis Salamone.
Secretary, Gail Hamilton; Vice Presi-
dent, Bill Stern; President, Bill AAeserve.
Absent when taken, Girls' Vice Presi-
dent, Eleanor Ohnemus.
FIRST ROW: B. Stearn, B. Meserve, G.
Hamilton. SECOND ROW: G. lannuzzo,
L. Beaton, N. Pomeroy, R. Rose, N.
Juskin, B. Jones, B. Colvin, C. Failla,
M. Owens, E. Peel, B. Colborne, J.
Curtin. THIRD ROW: A. Rosenfeld, P.
MacDonald, K. Kezer, J. Craig.
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Jack Holland, Barbara Sandstrom,
Sheila Collagan, Marguerite Brennen.
FRONT ROW: Paul Connolly, Bill
Kiley, Dick Hohmann, Lois Bomergen,
Ann Forrest, Rose Kelton, Marsha
A LOOK INSIDE OUR CLASSROOMS
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PHOTOGRAPHERS FOR THREE GENERATIONS
873-A Main St.
374 Moody Street
WALTHAM 54, MASS.
463 Moody Street
Music Hall Ave.
WALTHAM 54, MASS.
649 Main St.
CRUCIBLE STEEL CO.
MOODY & REGAN
170-172 School St.
TW. 3-1 III
17 Elm St.
Wallex Shopping Center
838 Lexington St.
One Stop Service
TOM LYON'S, INC.
614 Moody St.
221 Crescent St.
BROKEN STONE COMPANY
133 Boston Post Road
125 Roberts Road
WALTHAM 54, MASSACHUSETTS
Best Wishes to the Class of 1958"
I Harvard Street
TR. 6-1355 EL 4-7500
465 Main St.
ROBERT E. NIMS
207 Newton St.
MILL END STORE
22 Lexington St.
683 Main St.
(At Central Square)
373 Moody St.
fep/ BOB & STAN
' TYDOL STATION
''NO EASIER CREDIT TERMS i* AMERICA"
370 MOOPV STREET WALTHAM
CLAYTON V. HEMPHILL
Drilling and Blasting Contractor
345 Crescent St.
ELLERY P. KOCH
Jeweler of Your School Rings
21 Waterhouse Road
BELMONT 78, MASS.
LET US HELP
WALTHAM SAVINGS BANK
704 Main Street
Remember the Boys From 121 .. .
BOB ST. GERMAIN
PAUL ST. GERMAIN
344 Newton Street
577 Main St.
THE POTTER PRESS
515 SOUTH ST. WALTHAM, MASS.
THE LAUREL SHOP
Gifts — Cards
846 Lexington St.
Boston Airborne Systems
225 CRESCENT ST., WALTHAM
1040 Lexington Street
P. E. BURKE FURNITURE CO
161 Prospect St.
FLIGHT TEST READY TO START as Raytheon engineer conducts _ final check. He works
with some of our country's top design engineers on aircraft navigational and guidance
Is there a future for you in the
challenging field of electronics?
It's difficult — trying to decide which com-
pany you'd like to work for, where you'd
advance fastest, be happiest, and have the
Raytheon is the electronics leader in New
England, offering interesting job opportuni-
ties at many of its plants in the suburban
areas around Boston. Why not drop in to
one of our employment offices and chat
about your chances in this business.
Other plants located in Andover, Bedford,
Lowell, Maynard, Newton, Waltham and
Wayland, Massachusetts; Santa Barbara,
California; and Hooksett, New Hampshire.
Raytheon makes — guided missiles for the
Army, Navy . . . radar for the Air Force,
the Arctic DEW line . . . microwave tubes,
radio and TV tubes, transistors. Sales vol-
ume: about $200 million.
190 Willow Street, Waltham
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RAYTHEON MANUFACTURING COMPANY
FRANK J. MOONEY
Insurance and Real Estate
694 Main Street
IDEAL CONCRETE BLOCK CO.
232 Lexington St.
Best Wishes for a Promising Future
to the Graduating Class of '58
And a Special Warm Wish to All of You
Who Are Members of
1601 Trapelo Road
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PAINTS— ART SUPPLIES-WALLPAPER
917 Main Street
Waltham 54, Massachusetts
105 Newton St.
THE TUX SHOP
# Complete Line of
Men's Formal Wear
230 California Street
Telephone LAsell 7-0459
JOSEPH W. DENAULT
146 Seminole Ave.
Fresh Eggs and Poultry
21 I Brown St.
SALAMONE'S SERVICE STATION
1074 Main Street
SYLVANIA ELECTRIC CO.
THE FOOTBALL SQUAD
WALTHAM HIGH 1957-58
LET US HELP
716 Main St.
CONGRATULATIONS AND VERY BEST WISHES
TO THE CLASS OF 1958
As you are the first class to graduate from Waltham High School since
man has successfully launched a satellite into outer space, what a tremen-
dous challenge the world presents to you!
For this reason, as we congratulate you on your graduation, we also
urge you to seek higher education and further knowledge so that your
future as well as man's conquest of outer space will lead to paths of peace
LOUIS J. KIRSCH, JR.
LOUIS J. KIRSCH, 3rd.
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